Linda Keane will explore the Place Based Literacy / Alfabetización Basada en el Lugar / 中文, and how the "Anywhere Anytime E-Learning Toolkit" supports subjects, scales, and approaches, across Project Based Learning (PBL) activities buy cultivating cultural and ecological investigations of the world. Moving through TOOLS, LANGUAGE, DISCOVERY, and DESIGN opportunities, participants scaffold critical skills connecting people and places to the world that could be. The talk is based Linda and Mark Keane's article titled Design THIS Place: Built Environment Education.
Liow Zhengping's Tuesday 5 July talk is based on his book chapter titled: Start It Right [S.I.R.] – A Heterarchy Studio Pedagogical Model for Generation Z Learners [协作式团队学习：设计工作室中权力结构的重新调整。]. The chapter is from the book titled: Effective Design Critique Strategies Across Disciplines, which was published in 2021. In his talk, Ping will particularly focus around issues related to creating relevant studio learning experiences for our Generation Z students.
Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness will explore sketchnoting as it relates to visual literacy definitions in general and the five pillars of Visual Literacy Theory (defined by Avgerinou and Pettersson): visual language, visual thinking, visual learning, visual communication, and visual perception.
Bryan Howell from Brigham Young University (USA) and Jan Willem Hoftijzer from Technical University of Delft (the Netherlands) will discuss their journey to expand non-written research outputs through visual papers and our efforts to redefine a design sketching taxonomy.
What does it mean to be an education designer? As design is integrated into classroom learning, the goal is to help students become creative, confident and courageous problem finders and problem solvers. This talk will highlight a research journey on the impact of design in the world of education.
Noël Guillermina will discuss how Design; arising from a culture of innovation and furnished with more than 50 years of human-centred methods, can help face the current challenges posed to healthcare systems by chronic disease and aging populations. But are we ready for it? What is necessary for designers to help face current healthcare challenges? And are design programs preparing students to face these challenges?
Gloria Gomez will introduce the Bridging Design Prototypes method which aims to support those who would like to deliver a human cantered design approach. She illustrate the method using teacher and children participation in the paper titled Bridging Design Prototypes & Autonomous Design. In order for the people to be able to use these principles they and those who they aim to be involved in the above processes will need to be have the skills to participate. Thus, these skills should for be part of the general design literacy skills.
The ability to lead transformations and add value to organizations, companies and people through design depends, basically, on the quality of the conversations we may have with our clients. What have we learned from listening for 30 years? Which are these new conversations in our region? The talk will be given in English and will be simultaneously translated into Spanish. // La charla se dictará en inglés y contará con traducción simultánea en castellano. The upcoming talk is part of the Engage with Ideas monthly series, which explore the relationship between design, education, and society. // Esta actividad forma parte del ciclo Engage with Ideas, que tiene como objetivo explorar la relación entre el diseño, la educación y la sociedad.
Joyce Koh in the upcoming talk will discuss her book titled Design Thinking for Education: Conceptions and Applications in Teaching and Learning. Joyce has proposed that the Design Thinking can support Teachers to facilitate students 21st Century Learning. This session uses research conducted with school and higher education teachers in South-East Asia and New Zealand to examine the kinds of teacher design competencies and challenges faced when designing 21st Century Learning experiences. The audience will be invited to brainstorm plausible solutions for enhancing teacher competencies for designing 21st Century Learning experiences.
The move online has triggered many challenges, not least at the intersection of individual design learning and distributed digital classes. Good subject coordination is ‘behind the scenes’ work underpinning meaningful learning experiences. This presentation will unpack how this element of the BEL+T DIAgram can support learning design and its conversations.