Week 1: What is a Learning Space? April 2, 4
- Overview & Logistics
- Design for learning: some thoughts & frameworks
- Observe a learning space, share photos & field notes
Week 2: Formal learning spaces: Teaching and Learning April 9, 11
- Knight Management Center
- Priorities in the Classroom: Pedagogies for High Performance Learning Spaces (from Karin)
Week 3: Formal learning spaces: Infrastructure & Environment April 16, 18
- Huang Engineering
- (Guest: Brent McClure, AIA to be rescheduled)
Sunday April 21: Where is your space? Who are the stakeholders who have an interest in your design, and how will you connect with them?
Week 4: Elementary Education – Spaces for Relationships April 23, 25
- Ohlone Elementary
- The Impact of Classroom Configuration on Collaborative Learning (from Emma)
- Making decisions about organising the primary classroom environment as a context for learning: the views of three experienced teachers and their pupils
- Guest: Emma Mercier
Sunday April 28: What is special about this place, and the learning that happens in it? What “aha’s” or insights help to constrain your design?
Week 5: Medical Education – Spaces for Practice April 30, May 2
Sunday May 5: Who are the learners? Post 1-3 personas that will help focus your efforts to meet their learning needs. What special needs do they have that create a special point of view?
Week 6: Design Education – Spaces for Creativity & Collaboration May 7, 9
Sunday May 12: Post a storyboard of at least one interaction for a learner in this space.
Week 7: Offices and Libraries – Spaces for Self-regulated Learning May 14, 16
- SU Libraries North
Sunday May 19: List some of the assumptions you are making about the ways learners interact with this space. Which of these could you explore through an experience prototype? How might that look?
Week 8: Museums – Spaces for Learning in the Community May 21, 23
- Cantor Arts Center
Sunday May 26: How would you know if it’s working? Describe an assessment plan, addressing the unit of analysis, intervention, observations/measures, and context.
Week 9: Screens – Spaces for Learning at a Distance May 28, 30
- Learning in Virtual Spaces (CU 313)
Sunday June 2: Share your designs with at least one stakeholder. What was their response?
Week 10: Design Proposal Presentations June 4
- Presentations, course reflections
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