Teaching

 

MSc Programme Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences  

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

(Track Management in the Built Environment)

– Course ‘Housing: Policy, Management and Sustainability’ (AR1R035), by Dr Darinka Czischke

– Graduation Lab

 

Summerschool Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands


MSc Programme Urban Management & Development

IHS – Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

(Specialisation Urban Housing, Equity & Social Justice)

– Lecture, ‘Contemporary Collaborative Housing approaches’, by Dr Darinka Czischke

Post-Graduate Diploma Course ‘Developing Social Housing Projects’ (DSHP)

IHS – Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam,The Netherlands

– Lecture, ‘Collaborative Housing in Europe”, by Dr Darinka Czischke

MOOC (Massive Online Course): ‘Rethink The City: New approaches to Global and Local Urban Challenges’

Faculty of Architecture and The Built Environment, Delft University of Technology

Course received the 2017 AESOP ‘Excellence in Teaching’ Award

2017, 2018     Lecture, ‘Housing’ module, by Dr Darinka Czischke

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Past Teaching activities

International Summer School 2017 “Social Innovation in Urban and Regional Development”

30 August – 02 September 2017

Organised by the German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning – Leibniz Forum for Spatial Science (ARL) and the University of Vienna, Austria.

– Lecture, ‘Social innovation and collaborative housing’, by Dr Darinka Czischke

Summer school past

 

Master ‘Urban Project’ – Proyecto Urbano – MPUR

Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban Studies, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile

2-8 November 2017 

– Guest lectures and participation as external examiners

Workshop ‘9×18: Imagining housing renewal in deprived areas’, by Dr Darinka Czischke, Prof Vincent Gruis, and PhD candidate Luz Maria Vergara

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