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Participatory Fashion Design Education Program based on RP-ISD Model
Lee, Jee Hyun; Ahn, Ji Won; Kim, Ji Eun; Kho, Jeong Min;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to develop an education program for fashion design that can deliver knowledge and techniques to enhance the capability of participatory fashion designers. The framework for education program was established based on the RP (Rapid Prototype) model, and the developing process of education program was structured and systemized. As a result, this study proposed the circulated RP-ISD model, which is designed to revise and complement the educational objectives, strategy and evaluation tool by iterative prototype, and purposed to be consistent in carrying out the instructional systems design. Furthermore, the systematic developing process and the assessment criteria of design education program for ten weeks was proposed. This result could be used as a base study of participatory fashion design and contribute to systemization of education programs in design field. Furthermore, it could foster the possibility of an alternative education model in fashion design.
 Keywords
fashion design education program;participatory fashion design;RP-ISD model;
 Language
Korean
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