1/24 Brainstorming

Today we brainstormed about how we start mapping the relationship between main actors, spaces and types of learning. There are so many possibilities in expressing territory and we struggled from where to start.

I started mapping by the subject of learning. Apparently, the learning process would be very different depending on what people learn; for example, learning new languages requires more interaction between learner and teacher. On the other hand, skill-based learning like painting requires more practices. Based on this difference, I mapped possible solutions and necessary features provided by the MR technology.

Meanwhile, Allison tried a different approach; she compared the different learning aspects between one-on-one, small group and large group learning and mapped learning tools and possible learning spaces. We all thought this is a good start, so we started building our idea based on her draft.

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