Some external influential factors on mastering descriptive geometry at students of architecture
Keywords:descriptive geometry, external influential factors, questionnaire, teaching methods
AbstractVisual understanding of relations between planimetric drawings of an object and its three-dimensional appearance is one of the most important task of Descriptive Geometry. We pose a question in what way does some external factors have effect on mastering the subject of Descriptive geometry. As external effects we examined a preparatory course in descriptive geometry and perspective held at the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Banja Luka, previous knowledge of students gained in high school, mathematical and computer skills and skills of using 3D software. Data for the research were collected by conducting a survey on sample of 75 students that participated in Descriptive Geometry course during the past 4 years.
How to Cite
D. Tepić, S. Kosić-Jeremić, and M. Ilić, “Some external influential factors on mastering descriptive geometry at students of architecture”, AGG+, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 022-033, Dec. 2016.