Once again, ESDA participated in the 9th Ibero-American Design Education Meeting (9th BID), held at the Matadero in Madrid last November.
Students and teachers have participated in:
The Student Showcase
The BID meeting is an opportunity to showcase the proposals of future designers and to get to know the emerging talent that comes out of the classroom. This exhibition is a significant event in the field of design for the promotion and dialogue between students, teachers, educational institutions and companies.
These images illustrate the work of the students participating in the exhibition.
Teaching Innovation Forum
An open call to all design training centres to present their teaching experiences by contributing innovation criteria, research on teaching and teaching innovation projects, delving into the questions opened up in the different lines of work proposed in the conceptual framework of the 9th BID Meeting.
The participating teachers from ESDA were: Eugenia Pérez de Mezquia, Francisco Serón and Cecilia Casas-Romero with Jose Chávez, who have participated with various papers. Two of them:
Eugenia Pérez de Mezquia with the paper: Learning through a real project on window dressing in pandemics (from minute 46 to minute 56):
Cecilia Casas-Romero's presentation with Jose Chávez, on Positioning the learner in the immersive teaching of Social Design (first 20 minutes):