Zurich, 3-4 December 2010 ERES Education Seminar AUDIO

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Zurich, 3-4 December 2010 ERES Education Seminar AUDIO
Zurich, 3-4 December 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL
TECHNIQUES APPLIED
TO
THE
TEACHING
DISCIPLINE OF REAL
ESTATE APPRAISAL
S Spairani,
S.
S i
i J.
J R
Roca
Zurich, 3-4 12 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
“Whatever yyou tell me,, I will forget
g it,, whatever you
y teach me,,
I will remember it, whatever you involve me in, I will learn it”
S. Spairani, J. Roca
Introduction
Zurich, 3-4 12 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Interactive experience
p
of the Audio-Visual techniques
q
applied to the learning of Real Estate appraisal.
Main objective
The students, despite not having previous experience in
valuation reports,
reports must have achieved by the end of the course
a level of knowledge that allows them to write a property
valuation report, although not very complex, and all this through
the making of a supposed technical visit to their homes (using
audio-visual techniques for that purpose, including pictures,
plans graphic and descriptive enquiries,
plans,
enquiries an optional video and
the consequent explanation in the lecture theatre during their
expositions).
S. Spairani, J. Roca
Methodology
Zurich, 3-4 12 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Interactive experience
p
of the Audio-Visual techniques
q
applied to the learning of Real Estate appraisal.
Secondary objectives
We have established five levels of work in the quest to establish
the development of a Real Estate appraisal report:
Level one. Analysis of the preliminary data taken and compilation
of other information.
L
Level
l two.
t
T h i l visit
Technical
i it tto th
the property
t (th
(the students
t d t own house
h
in this case).
Level three. First draft of the report.
p
Level four. Video and slide show in the lecture theatre and
discussion of the results obtained.
Level five.
five Submission of the final report
report.
S. Spairani, J. Roca
Methodology
Zurich, 3-4 12 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Level one. Analysis of the preliminary data taken and
compilation of other information.
Situation plan
S
Source:
Student
St d t A.
A Goicochea
G i
h
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Descriptive and graphic enquire
S
Source:
St d t A.
Student
A Goicochea
G i
h
Methodology
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ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Level one. Analysis of the preliminary data taken and
compilation of other information.
Property aerial photo (situation)
S
Source:
Student
St d t A.Goicochea
AG i
h
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Part of the Land Registry Office
o at o
Information
Source: Student A. Goicochea
Definitive rating Certificate
S
Source:
St d t A.Goicochea
Student
AG i
h
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Level one. Compilation of other information.
Data collection for the writing of the report
Source: Student Fº Garcia
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Methodology
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Level two. Technical visit to the property
Property sketch plan
S
Source:
Student
St d t A.
A Goicochea
G i
h
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Pictures from the inside of the property
S
Soruce:
Student
St d t A.
A Goicochea
G i
h
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TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Level two. Technical visit to the property
Video example
S
Source:
Author’s
A th ’ own
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Methodology
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TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Level three. First draft of the report.
p
Source: Student J.M Zapata
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Methodology
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Level four. Video and slide show in the lecture theatre
and discussion of the results obtained.
Control samples for comparison
Source: Student M
Mª P. García
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Control samples for comparison
Source: Alumno J.G Caballero
Methodology
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TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Level five. Submission of the final report.
Cover of the report
Source: Student A. Goicochea
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Cover of the report
Source: Student J. M Alegría
Cover of the report
Source: Student M
MªP,
P, Soto
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AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Conclusion of the analysis of the prelimary information
and data compilation.
The students have been able to write more accurate reports and
in a more professional way.
way The students have learnt to look for
the information required, not only what to look for, but also
where to look for it (p
(providing
g a number on resources to that
end) in order to achieve the practical development of a Real
Estate appraisal report.
The videos shown by the students and commented by the
lecturer, have proved the students have acquired a more
dynamic, more communicative learning process, as well as
developing their organizational skills.
S. Spairani, J. Roca
Conclusions
Zurich, 3-4 12 2010
ERES Education Seminar
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
Conclusion of the analysis of the prelimary information
and data compilation.
With the revision of the continous work carried out from the first
step the students realize that they knew more than they
step,
expected and that they are able to undertake a report that is
useful and valid. At most, theyy have onlyy to complete
p
or reorder
some parts of their reports. The students also develop their
public performances with the expositions and they also improve
their knowledge of multimedia programs such as “Power
Power Point
Point”.
The student have considered this to be a satisfactory
experience, taking it as a first contact with what will probably be
their future careers.
S. Spairani, J. Roca
Conclusions
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AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE
TEACHING DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
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Zurich, 3-4 December 2010
ERES Education Seminar
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AUDIO
VISUAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE TEACHING
DISCIPLINE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
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