THURSDAY | NOVEMBER 5
9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
AIA CEU: 1 LU
Everyone knows the world is changing -- but what is it shifting from, and to?
This is the fundamental question of our time and the foundation of the future. It requires provocative questions and dynamic answers, and a different way of thinking about design.
The good news is that the answers are all around us, thanks to the inherent wisdom of the natural world.
How, then, should we shift the way we think about ourselves, one another, and the wider world? And what will the future of learning, and of learning design, look like as a result?
#1: Discover a different framework for thinking about learning design
#2: Explore specific strategies for facilitating meaningful group work
#3: Experiment with different processes for creative thinking
#4: Begin to reimagine pedagogical, cultural and spatial design through a more ecological lens
Sam (@samchaltain) is a partner at 180 Studio, a global design collaborative dedicated to advancing people’s understanding of the future of learning — and what it requires.
Sam’s writings about his work have appeared in both magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, Washington Post, and USA Today. A former speechwriter for each of President Obama’s U.S. Secretaries of Education, Sam has also written for Oscar and Grammy Award winning artists. A periodic contributor to CNN, Sam is the author or co-author of six books; a co-producer of the PBS documentary film, 180 Days: Hartsville; and co-creator of the 10-part online film series, A Year at Mission Hill.