Adaptive Learning for Entrepreneurs, Experimenters and Creatives

AIA Continuing Education Provider

1 LU

Pending Acceptance and Subject to Change

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.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain a thorough understanding of the definition of adaptive learning and how they can implement it to accelerate educational outcomes to meet and advance their district’s learning objectives.
  2. Learn how to leverage digital assessments, analytics, and robust learning management systems to achieve deeper learning insights into student needs, translating them into personalized learning that adapts in real-time.
  3. Take a deeper dive into redefining physical and virtual places of learning to facilitate adaptive learning methodologies for their district.
  4. Sample personalized learning modules and pilot projects utilizing these tools will be provided for attendees to implement them in their districts.

Jason Mellard, AIA, Senior Associate, Corgan, jason.mellard@corgan.com
Jason has over 16 years of experience dedicated to education architecture with a keen interest in the overlay of educational advancements, personalized learning, technology infrastructure and virtual and physical environments. He has a passion for crafting spaces that inspire, inform and innovate, partnering with clients to foster collaboration between students, educators and professionals. Jason has been published numerous times on best practices and innovations.

Chloe Hosid, M.Sc., Education Design Researcher, Corgan, chloe.hosid@corgan.com
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.

Mandy Cavazos, Corgan, mandy.cavazos@corgan.com

Track: The Experience of Place

The built and natural environments have profound impacts on our behaviors both for better and worse. How do we cultivate a sense of place for better? How might the built and natural environments be made to enhance teaching and learning? How might school buildings and grounds foster a sense of community by reflecting those they serve?

Primary Core Competency
Educational Visioning: Exhibits an understanding of best and next practices related to educational leadership, programming, teaching, learning, planning and facility design. Establishes credibility with educators, community members and design professionals while conceiving and leading a community-based visioning process. Demonstrates the ability to articulate the impact of learning environments on teaching and learning and uses that ability to facilitate a dialogue that uncovers the unique needs and long-range goals of an educational institution and its stakeholders – translating that into an actionable written/graphic program of requirements for the design practitioner. 

Venue

Marriott Rivercenter
San Antonio, TX

Dates
October 5-9, 2022

Contact

Email: carla@a4le.org
+1 480.391.0840