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Tools of Engagement

The 2017 UJ Critical Practice module sought to engage with the principles, practices and practitioners of socio-technical spatial design.  The 5 week module took students through various processes and tools to support their learning around these principles and produced a set of principles and codes for practising socially engaged design in South Africa.

Socio-Technical Practitioners (Youtube Playlist):

Socio-Technical Principles of Engagement (Youtube Playlist):

Group A
Adwoa Agyei
Dickson Adu-Agyei
Euradice Paiva
Nthabiseng Mabena
 
Group 10x (B)
Atusaye Msiska
Oratile Mothoagae
Steffen Fischer
Harmony Mapundu
 
Group C
Kerry Trebble
Steven Moore
Daniel Shil
 
Group D
Kyle Hollis
Nhlakanipho Mashinin
Jody Van Aswegen
 
Group E
Dean Falconer
Ka Hei Chow
Paul Tatham
Devon Beetge
 
Group F
Kate Krone
Ruby Mungoshi
Jaclyn Kapp
Chantelle le Bron
 
Group G
Yusuf Patel
Sithembele Maselwa
Ruan Den Drijver
Siyabonga Manyoni
 
Group H
Ajit Mistry
Jiyane Khumalo
Kennedy Chikerema
Binayka Rama
 
Group I
Mohau Moidi
Adam Osman
Shaldon Nel
 
Group J
Boniswa Duma
Kshir Bedhesi
Malusi Zwane
 
Group K
Nina Coe
Cornel Schoombee
Nkoane Makutu
Chenlee Sunam
 
Group L
Ruben Smit
Elao Martin
Jean-Mari Steyn
Ndeshi-Panda Lita