_What is the process for you personally, is it sharing skills?N
_This is a question of a lifestyle, rather ... I never planned to be a teacher at all. I spent many years in MArchI as a critic, as part of the State Examination Commission, HES ㅡ and regularly heard people say in my address: "Go teach yourself for a while and then you'll criticise". But it always seemed to me that teaching and pedagogy is a separate profession and must be taught somewhere. It's not as simple as you coming in as a critic and giving critique to the students' projects, you have to explain what to do. You need a method to do this. And then everything started spontaneously, and in 2008 we did a diploma project with a group of students. It was my first teaching experience, and it was quite successful
. It became more or less clear to me what teaching is about. Then it all began to move further, but I could only teach and graduate one group in MArchI. It didn't go further, unfortunately. I was fired. But luckily MARCH opened, so I am happy I was fired.
Ultimately, I need teaching as a professional architect. First, it allows me to explore themes that interest me personally, and this is very important. If it is interesting to me, then it will be interesting to the students. Secondly, to teach someone something, it is necessary to create specific goals, tasks, methods. This gives me structure, first of all, to my brain, and it helps me to improve myself. As for the practical interest, of course, I would like to see more and more architects thinking, feeling, reflecting, and graduating from year to year in our country. And there would be a generation to pass on our knowledge to.