by: AIA New York
In the last year, we’ve seen centuries-old models of education turned on their heads. Students and educators log in virtually from around the world, facing the challenges that come with the removal of physical space and visual cues, and the added wrinkles of technology. For many, including students unable to support new styles of learning and working mothers who already face obstacles on their career paths, the new reality could be an insurmountable setback, unless alternate methods are adopted.
For the Summer issue of Oculus, we invite readers to submit 800-word op-eds or captioned visual comments exploring how pedagogy has changed over the last year of remote learning, and how architects can use these new best practices when returning to on-site instruction. Please submit materials to email@example.com by March 31.