Course title
R12316032
Studio:Environmental Land Use Planning

yasmin bhattacharya
Course description
Land use planning is a significant part of urban and regional planning. This studio will focus on the technical analysis and integration methods of urban land use planning. Each class will be conducted by group works and discussions. Every member of each group is required to make a midterm and final presentation based on the outcomes through the studio works.
Purpose of class
This course develops the basic GIS operational skills of the students to be able to do quantitative spatial analysis using Geographic Information System software.
Goals and objectives
  1. Students will be able to acquire the basic skills of GIS (Geographic Information System).
  2. Students will be able to deepen their understanding about the technical analysis and integration methods of land use planning.
  3. Students will be able to make a presentation about the concept of land use planning.
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Basic operation of GIS to create base maps.
*Submission A
Read relevant references 120minutes
2. Lecture, grouping, various statistical data analysis, population data analysis, and preparation for an on-site observation survey.
*Submission B, Submission C
Review the basic operation of GIS 120minutes
3. On-site observation survey (community resources, problems, etc.) Review the contents of the lecture 120minutes
4. Lecture, summary of the on-site observation survey, selection of a study area, preparation of base maps, and preparation for a field survey.
*Submission D
Provide feedback on the on-site observation survey. Review the basic operation of GIS. 120minutes
5. Field survey (land use, building use, etc.) Prepare for a field survey. Review the contents of the lecture. 120minutes
6. Lecture, Creation of a land use map, a road condition map, a map of building structure, and a map of the number of stories. Provide feedback on the field survey. Review the basic operation of GIS. 120minutes
7. Lecture, analysis by urban environmental indices, and future prediction of land use.
*Submission E, Submission F
Review the contents of the lecture. Review the basic operation of GIS. 120minutes
8. Lecture, creation of a map identifying the land use issues, and preparation for a midterm presentation. Review the contents of the lecture. 120minutes
9. Midterm presentation: actual conditions and issues in the study area (presentation by each group).
*Submission G
Prepare for a presentation. 120minutes
10. Reexamination of actual conditions and issues in the study area. Review and revise the contents of submission G. 120minutes
11. Reexamination of actual conditions and issues, and consideration of planning concepts in the study area
*Submission G (Revised)
Review the contents of the lecture. 120minutes
12. Consideration of planning concepts in the study area. Consider the draft of planning concepts. 120minutes
13. Preparation for a final presentation. Prepare for a presentation. 120minutes
14. Final presentation: Proposals on the concepts of land use planning based on the actual conditions and issues in the study area (presentation by each group)
*Submission H
Prepare for a presentation. 120minutes
15. *Submission H (Revised) Review and revise the contents of submission H.
Total. - - 1680minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Assignment submissions Group work Presentations Total.
1. 30% 30%
2. 15% 20% 5% 40%
3. 20% 10% 30%
Total. 45% 40% 15% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Submission A: 5%
Submission B: 5%
Submission C: 5%
Submission D: 5%
Submission E: 5%
Submission F: 5%
Submission G: 5%
Submission H: 5%
Mid-term presentation: 10%
Final presentation: 15%
To pass the individual must acquire over 60%.
Typically, the grades will be awarded according to groups. However, the resulting grade for an individual may differ according to their attendance and level of contribution in the group work.
Textbooks and reference materials
References are shown as needed each time.
Prerequisites
It would be ideal for students to visit several types of urban and rural areas.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • Lunch break on Tuesday. Questions by email can be accepted at any time. yasmin@shibaura-it.ac.jp
    Room 4507-2
Regionally-oriented
Regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
  • Course that cultivates a basic interpersonal skills
  • Course that cultivates a basic problem-solving skills
Active-learning course
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
N/A Research experience.
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 3.GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
  • 11.SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
  • 15.LIFE ON LAND
  • 17.PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS
Last modified : Sat Mar 21 11:59:12 JST 2020