عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study is to investigate the quality of training processes in preliminary designing architecture2 based on an educational, field psychology, instrumental, body and technologic styles in two ateliers, 5 and 6 in faculty of arts. This study is description-analytical and data collections were performed using field investigations, resources, and questionnaires. The Likert scales were employed for the questionnaires used in this study. The statistical society for the study had the error coefficient of 5% based on Cochran’s equation and was comprised of 30 people for atelier, 5 and 28 people for atelier, 6. In order to compare four aspects in the aforementioned ateliers, one way-analysis of variance was utilized. The obtained results demonstrated that the educational aspect was found to be moderate (63.79%), and good (36.2%) and Field psychology aspect to be weak (13.79%), moderate (3.44%), and good (68.96%) and Body aspect to be weak (5.17%), moderate (46.55%), and good (31%) and instrumental aspect 63.79% (weak), 20.68% (moderate), and 15.51% (good). To further improve the training process quality in this lesson, employment of several suggestions including enhancement in practices quality, updating the practices based on today’s scientific principles, and the installation of Iranian architectural patterns in ateliers.
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