The Reflection Activities

The scissors is a tool with two blades, the two blades remind me of the mismatch between traditional patterns of knowledge and practice to the features of practice situations. He talked about why rational design processes doesn’t work in reality, for instance, why the waterfall model will never work on real life problems. And he tries to explain how designer (architects, musicians, engineers etc.) really work when they solve real problems. And how to teach expert knowledge to others.

 

The central part of the scissor is what makes it work in reality, and it combines both side of the blades. In real situation, the working process is not just about individuals from the same field, coming from the single perspective. Instead, it may be a work team which integrates experts from both pure theory and practitioners.

 

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