November 13, 2018
4:30 – 6:30 pm
Louisiana State University | Design Building, Room 103
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
PEDAGOGY OF SPACE: Lessons Learned Sustaining Change in Evolving Educational Environments
The world in which our children live in and will move into is one that will continue to change.
To effectively create as well as sustain change while building agile educational environments, we all must work differently. Every segment
within the educational community from instruction and procurement to designers and students needs to deeply evaluate the space, as well
as the tools within the space. If we truly desire change, we may no longer be able to rely on tried and proven concepts. In this shift, we need
to first understand the “Why” of a specific community, comprehend the “Who,” and only then can we begin to create the “How” and “What” with all stakeholders.
- Begin to consider space, and most importantly the tools
within learning environments, as an opportunity to rethink
how we deliver professional development and “permit”
teaching and learning.
- Be aware of examples of disruptive design techniques,
and opportunities to acquire valuable information when
constructing the next generation of facilities.
- Begin to consider creating multi-functional spaces. Spaces
that permit flexibility, agility, as well as professional
development resources and tools which support – not
restrict – creativity and innovation.
- Begin to explore the utilization of simplicity in the baseline
of all environments, increasing usefulness in the support
of a multitude of teaching and learning styles. “Simplicity” equates to multi-functional.
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David A. Stubbs II
President, Cultural-Shift Educational Consultants
David has been recognized as one of the most important industry leaders in establishing solutions for the next generation of educational environments.
He assists educational institutions and design professionals, supporting programming and professional development needs by delivering detailed, systematic conversations surrounding the disruptive innovation approach to design. Resulting environments demonstrate examples of 100% engagement and wonder, sustainability, and improved indoor air quality.
Cultural Shift’s solutions can be seen in the installations of private schools in Punahou, Hawaii and the Khan Academy’s first brick and mortar facility, as well as numerous public and higher educational facilities throughout the world.
David is truly passionate about the holistic design of all educational spaces and is developing research with university partnerships, creating MakerCulture solutions, and developing new educational tools from various market segments. He continues to lead the educational community with valuable insight on how to bridge the gap between curriculum/instruction and the built environment – to truly create adaptable environments.
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Wednesday, December 12, 2018
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Swirl Wine Bar
3143 Ponce De Leon St., New Orleans, LA 70119
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