Personal research project
What does the classroom of the future look like?
Education is shifting towards a more collaborative and project-based approach, fostering the student’s ability to apply skills to a variety of rapidly changing situations.
In recent years, innovation in education has been driven by the following principles:
Customization of new curriculum
Utilization and integration of new technologies, such as AI and AR/VR
To tackle this question, I took a deep dive into the history of the classroom in the context of pedagogy and technologies since the Industrial Revolution. At the same time, I also conducted expert interviews and researched about the current and near-future speculative trends in education.
HISTORY OF THE DESIGN OF CLASSROOMS
HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM
CURRENT TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION
Noble Academy and Intrinsic Schools in Chicago: current classrooms in the US that use the Harkness method and blended learning environments
Teach to One: data-driven learning, adaptive personalized curriculum through AI tracking
Peer by Moment Design: mixed-reality education platform, using AR/VR to teach beyond the textbook