Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments 

Sourced through Scoop.it from: e21le.com'Contemporary learning spaces, often termed ‘new generation learning environments’ (NGLEs), have been developed in schools and universities in a number of countries during the past decade (OECD, 2013). However, critical analysis of the learning environments research literature suggests that little rigorous assessment or evaluation of their educative...

VITaL: The Future of Immersive Learning at SDSU

In Fall 2017, SDSU’s Instructional Technology Services (ITS) launched the Virtual Immersive Teaching and Learning (VITaL) initiative, providing a variety of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), and 360º-video immersive tools for use across the SDSU pedagogical spectrum. Today, VITaL serves as an incubator to enable experiences that would...

As Universities Go Online, Architects Rework Buildings For ‘Active’ Learning

In an interview with Forbes.com, Andy Cohen, one of two Gensler Co-CEOs, underlines his three bucket-principles: one, make design for learner-centered, learner-led education. Two, create flexibility adaptable spaces. Three, enable “learning everywhere,” at any time.Boiling this down to places and spaces, Cohen is seeking an architecture that maximizes the benefit...

Creating Active Learning Classrooms Is Not Enough: Lessons from Two Case Studies

The University of Iowa and Indiana University each launched active learning classroom initiatives centered on faculty development...."Sourced through Scoop.it from: er.educause.edu"If you have recently visited a new or renovated college classroom, you may have noticed some changes, including technology enhancements, whiteboards mounted across the walls, and moveable tables and chairs....
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