May 2 – 6, 1969
46 participants from 11 countries (3 participants from outside Europe)

 

Contributions:

  • “New Dimensions in American Urban Planning Education”, Wentworth Eldredge, United States of America
  • “Educational Feedback from American-European Exchange in Urban Planning Professions”, Karl Otto Schmid, Switzerland
  • “Planning Education: A European View of British Experience”, Andreas Faludi, United Kingdom
  • “Towards a Value-Oriented Self-Conception of Sociology: a prerequisite for its participation in the education in city and regional planning”, Herbert Hübner, Federal Republic of Germany
  • “Sociology in the Education of Planners”, Maurice Broady, United Kingdom
  • “Education for Planning”, Carlo Santi, Italy
  • “Education for Professional Planners”, Karl Möhlmann, Federal Republic of Germany
  • “Some Instructional Dimensions of Urban Gaming Simulation”, John Taylor, United Kingdom
  • “Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Education in Regional Planning at ETH Zürich”, Martin Geiger, Switzerland
  • “Ends and Means: Planning for a Changing Society”, Anthony S., Travis, United Kingdom
  • “A Conceptual View of Urban Planning and its Implications for Planning Education”, David Bayliss, United Kingdom
  • “Education for planning in a time of upheavels”,  Helmut Borgerdt, Federal Republic of Germany
  • “Some instructional dimensions of urban gaming simulation”,  John L. Taylor / K.R. Carter, United Kingdom

“An international interchange among schools of planning”, Giorgio Bulgarelli,