Built Environment Students Get Pointers at Construction Sites (Batu Kawan Utropolis Site Visit)


UOW Malaysia KDU Batu Kawan

By UOW Malaysia KDU

A new site at Batu Kawan Utropolis, which is part of a new phase of the campus continues to be an ideal and convenient ‘outdoor classrooms’ for its Built Environment students. Students received hands-on experiences by strengthening their abilities to apply basic conventions in working drawing, learn about spacing, measurement taking and how spatial relationship with users work.

The site visit involved providing structured and purposefully designed learning experiences that blend theoretical concepts with practice-based learning, as well as engagement in workplace and community settings where students interact and network with industry and community partners.

Nowadays the crisis of rapid urbanisation needs urgent actions. Hence at UOW Malaysia KDU, we believe that opportunities like these will permit students to find these kind of learning familiar and close to their former experience. Embracing sustainability will change the way we work and live in the 21st century – it will be a primary focus in our intellectual and material work, and in our collective and individual lives. Acquiring these new skills will require shifts in educational practices to foster and produce more creative thinking students.

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11 March 2020

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