Department International Planning Systems

Lecture combined with exercises

offered in the summer term

Time and Place
Tuesday, 13:45 - 15:15

Room: 1-U34
Please find the concrete dates in the KIS Link

Contact
Email: Prof. Dr. Karina M. Pallagst

Description
The course offers a detailed discussion with current trends, problems and planning strategies in the field of urban planning within an international context (Europe, Asia, USA, Latin America, Australia). The students are actively integrated in comparable analyses of urban development planning.
External guest lecturers of research and practice are invited in order to discuss current topics.
In teams the students will compile a poster focusing on various factors of shrinking cities in an international context. Discussing and questioning planning processes on an urban scale is the main aspect of this course.
Prior knowledge that goes beyond teaching materials is not required.

Materials
= A website will be set up accompanying the course.
= Additional teaching materials will be handed out during lectures.

Due to Covid-19, the seminar will take place digitally (recording + live stream). More detailed information about the seminar can be found in the corresponding online learning environment Olat: Direct link to the course.

The seminar is fully held in English and part of the module International Planning Systems 
It is offered in the winter term

Place: digital

Time: Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:30 am

Please find the concrete dates in the KIS. Link

Lecturer
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Karina Pallagst

Description

The purpose of this innovative seminar is to provide the students with scientific methodological competences for a structured international comparison of spatial planning processes. Best practice projects of comparative planning as well as research designs (among others EU projects) will be presented and discussed. The students will learn to determine different typologies of planning as well as to pick appropriate indicators based on selected examples of spatial planning and development. Acting in different planning cultures and specific situations shall be practiced. Furthermore, the opportunities and limits of knowledge-transfer in spatial planning will be presented. This course will be closely linked to current projects of the department.

During the winter term the project ‘PlanShrinking – Shrinking Cities in the German and US Context’ will be analysed in depth.

Materials

Ξ A web page on OLAT will be offered for the lecture.
Ξ Additional teaching material will be provided during the lectures.

Participation

The participation at the seminar is an element of the course assessment. The preparation for the topics is important. The involvement of all students shall be encouraged to achieve both thematic and linguistic competencies. This also includes reading of materials, active participation in discussions as well as communication with the lecturers and other participants.

Language: English

Certificate of performance
Seminar paper (graded)

Summer term

Time and Location

Tuesdays, 15:30 - 17:00

Building 1, room 124

Please find the concrete dates in the KIS. Link

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Karina M. Pallagst

Description

The lecture deals with cross-border cooperation between cities, regions and states in Europe as well as with other countries. The main focus lies on the depiction of development and status of policies, concepts, strategies and trends of international cooperation between different states. Besides that, the interaction between the national spatial planning systems of different countries shall be illuminated. The lecture is closely connected with selected projects and subjects of the working group 'Border Futures' of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning, which was led by Prof. Pallagst.

Materials

Ξ A web page on OLAT will be offered for the lecture.
Ξ Additional teaching material will be provided during the lectures. 

Seminar in combination with KLOOC course

Offered in the summer term

Time
An introductory meeting takes place at the beginning of the term.

Please find the concrete dates in the KIS Link

Besides that, online participation in the interdisciplinary Kaiserslautern Open Online Course (KLOOC) on "Sustainability" (duration 9 weeks)

Contact
Prof. Dr. Karina Pallagst

Description

The event Planning Cultures and Sustainability will include planing and sustainability as part of the Kaiserslautern Open Online Course (KLOOC) on sustainability. The KLOOC Sustainability is an innovative and interdisciplinary teaching project, which is carried out by several departments of TUKL.

The topic "Sustainable Development" is being researched, dealt with and advanced at TUK with different disciplines' lenses. The open online course focuses on sustainability and is offered at the TUK to share the experiences and increase their visibility. The course lasts 9 weeks and can be completed online. For those taking part in the Master's degree programs in the Faculty of Spatial and Environmental Planning, KLOOC replaces the "Culture and Sustainability" lecture as it is integrated into the KLOOC.

Every week, the topic of sustainability from a different perspective is illuminated by the TUK's lecturers and prepared in an innovative online format. Participants can interact on sustainability in their personal (learning) environment in an interactive and interdisciplinary manner.
 
The course is part of the module "International Urban Development and Planning Cultures".

Materials

• A website on OLAT is set up for the course.
• Additional teaching material is available through the KLOOC platform

Requirements

Participation in all KLOOC subject blocks is required for the course assessment. The intensive preparation for the topics is an important part of the course to ensure the participation of all students at KLOOC. This includes reading the materials, taking part in smaller exercises and communicating via the KLOOC internet platform.

Evaluation

Proof of achievement is acquired by an exam (module exam together with the course International Urban Development in the summer term).

The exercises are not evaluated.

Language

Mostly German; Selected teaching materials in English.

Due to Covid-19, the lecture is digital (recording + live stream). More detailed information about the lecture can be found in the corresponding online learning environment Olat: Direct link to the course.

Lecture with exercises held in English as part of the module International Planning Systems.

Offered in the winter term.

Place: digital

Time: Thursdays, 08:00 - 09:30

Please find the concrete dates in the KIS. Link

Lecturer
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Karina Pallagst

Description

This lecture deals with current planning topics in an international context. These might for example be shrinking cities, inner city development, collaborative planning, and suburbanization in an international comparison.
Students will get the opportunity to interact with cooperation partners from foreign countries (researchers or practicioners) by means of e.g. video conferences and/or field trips (not compulsory). Prof. Pallagst will facilitate the explorative learning of the students. Selected project examples will be used as an input to enable the own scientific work of the students. The students will get insights into the planning practices of spatial planning related expert cultures through video conferences with planning stakeholders in the USA. The students shall not be provided with preconceived solutions but develop their own analytical reflections within the learning process. 

Material 

  • A web page on OLAT will be offered for the lecture
  • Additional teaching material will be provided during the lecture

Language: English

Grading: 

Seminar exercise (graded)

More information about the course here.

Due to Covid-19 the seminar will take place digitally! More detailed information about the seminar can be found here.

Location digital

Time 07.01.2021 - 08.01.2021

Contact

Dr.-Ing. Beate Caesar

Description

The seminar will be attended by students from the partner universities of the University of the Greater Region (France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany). In internationally mixed groups, projects will be developed, presented and discussed on the basis of concrete questions. The aim of the simulation game is to initiate learning processes and to sensitize students for planning in the cross-border space, as well as to explore existing differences in the understanding of spatial planning and its underlying paradigms between countries and regions. It also offers the opportunity to improve your English language skills, especially with regard to discussion and presentation.

Participation is open to spatial planning students from the 4th bachelor semester onwards as well as master students.

If you are interested please send an e-mail to Beate Caesar until 28 October 2020.

Language

English

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