The ways that user behavior and emerging technologies shape each other is evolving. The entrepreneurs, experimenters, and creatives the world needs require learning that is personalized, real-time and accessible, regardless of time and place. Digital assessments, analytics, and robust learning management systems can achieve deeper insights into student adaptive needs. This session will define these systems, places, technologies, and personalized learning methods and explore how they overlay with each other to develop learners that are curious, empowered, and creative enough to thrive in this ever-changing world.
Sangeetha is an Associate Principal at Corgan and has dedicated her career to the design of educational spaces. Her 20 years of experience in education architecture and commitment to research-based design drives her passion to create spaces that inspire creativity and innovation. Sangeetha guides clients through thoughtful design and planning that foster collaboration, health and wellness among students and educators. Sangeetha received a Master of Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Anna University in India.
Chloe is a Design Researcher in Corgan’s education studio where she contributes research-based insight and design strategies to K-12 and higher education projects. With graduate degrees in both Architecture and Applied Cognition and Neuroscience, Chloe’s understanding of the complexities of adaptive learning leads to designs that integrate those principles seamlessly within the built, virtual, and natural environment.
What is the learners’ experience? Who are they? How do they differ? How do they respond differently from one another to similar environments? Is there a one-size-fits-all solution? Or is a custom solution composed of aggregate parts more appropriate?