EDsession Program & Schedule
Hybrid Learning in Extreme Times: The Effects on the Education Experience
Chuck Rudalavage, Gensler
Jill Sirota, Gensler
Joan Bush, Community College of Philadelphia
Ling Rothrock, Pennsylvania State University
Wednesday, November 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
While the pandemic required educational institutions to switch to remote learning overnight, it also revealed those challenges that need to be addressed. To better understand these challenges, Gensler’s Research Institute leveraged its online, survey-based diagnostic tool to capture student and educator experiences with remote and hybrid learning models, and deliver transformative insights to help envision a future that educates, elevates, and empowers all learners. In this session, we convene a panel of educators to compare their experiences against the survey results and explore opportunities to leverage lessons learned in planning for a more agile, resilient, and equitable education experience.
Learning Objective 1:
Justify the importance of ensuring all students have equal access to the necessary tools for success in their learning experience.
Learning Objective 2:
Identify the benefits of designing to the extremes of learning traits and environments so that every learner can engage.
Learning Objective 3:
Recognize the value of ensuring diverse voices are shaping the design of learning spaces.
Learning Objective 4:
Compare the experiences of community college and major public university educators with the results from Gensler’s nationwide survey.
AIA LU/HSW, IDCEC
Hybrid Learning in Extreme Times.pdf (2.48 MB)
Community College of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State University