3:30 – 5:00 pm EST
To register for this webinar, fill out the online registration form. Cost is $250.
Special rate for the Fall/Winter series of 4 webinars is $750. To register, fill out this online registration form.
Registration includes access to a webinar recording after the event.
What do we know about 21st century learners? What do we need to know? What is learner-centered planning?
- James Goblirsch, Principal – HGA Architects and Engineers
- Felix Kronenberg, Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures and Director, Language Learning Center – Rhodes College
- David Reid, Principal – Gould Evans
- Eliza Reilly, Executive Director – National Center for Science and Civic Engagement and Research Professor, Department of Technology and Society – Stony Brook University
Many questions about users must be addressed in process of planning learning spaces.
This webinar focuses on two central questions about user that planners must address. The first is about the world beyond the campus and the skills, understandings, and sensibilities that users must have to be confident, creative members of a 21st century workforce and society. What are learners to become? How can spaces enable that becoming?
The second question is about the experiences students should have in what might be called spaces for becoming. How do faculty reimagine programs, pedagogies, technologies that focus on preparing learners for the future?
- Evolving the Faculty Workplace: Meeting faculty needs with a smarter approach to space
A Herman Miller solution essay