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  1. 1. Pearl Academy / Whats Next 20th Dec 2014 Future of Design Education - Darius Sollohub
  2. 2. millennial generation design education andthe
  3. 3. Darius Sollohub AIA Director, New Jersey School of Architecture New Jersey Institute of Technology USA sollohub@njit.edu
  4. 4. observations demographics enrollment opportunities | challenges
  5. 5. millennial born: 1982-2005 generation X born: 1961-1981 boomer born: 1944-1960 silent generation born: 1923-1943 GI generation born: 1901-1922 lost generation born: 1883-1900 missionary born: 1860-1882 (Strauss & Howe 2007) observations
  6. 6. observations (Howe & Strauss 2007) born and raised digital unprecedented upbringing unprecedented scrutiny
  7. 7. observations (Brad Trent; Barron's)
  8. 8. observations (Pew Research: Millennials 2010) They are historys first always connected generation. Steeped in digital technology and social media, they treat their multi-tasking hand-held gadgets almost like a body part for better and worse.
  9. 9. observations (Architect: Jan 2013) How will the Millennials respond to the opportunities and the challenges that they are inheriting both in the profession and the world at large? How will they influence the practice of architecture? And perhaps most important, without drastic changes to pedagogy, licensure and firm management, is the profession prepared to capitalize on what comes next?
  10. 10. observations (Strauss & Howe 1998) Dating back to their first births in the early 1980s, you could see this millennial generation coming. Everywhere theyve been, from bulging nurseries to the new Baby on Board minivans, from day-care to kindergarten to high school, they have changed the face of youth and transformed every institution theyve touched.
  11. 11. observations (Twenge 2014) "Generation Me" are tolerant, confident, open-minded, and ambitious but also disengaged, narcissistic, distrustful, and anxious.
  12. 12. collaborative, practical, results-oriented experiential learners digital natives and gamers natural multitaskers impatient, flexibility/convenience focused seek balanced lives observations (Sollohub & Sweeney 2012)
  13. 13. demographics
  14. 14. (Pew Research 2010) demographics 80 million (+ -) (equal to boomers) >50% have or will attend college
  15. 15. (Pew Research 2010) demographics priorities 52% being a good parent 15% high paying career 1% being famous
  16. 16. (Pew Research 2014) demographics 68% favor same sex marriage (compare to 43% over 50) 93% OK with interracial dating (compare to 60% of boomers at same age)
  17. 17. (Pew Research 2014) demographics 31% liberal (compare to 21% boomers) 26% conservative (compare to 41% boomers) 50% vote independent
  18. 18. (Pew Research 2014) demographics 19% trust others (compare to 40% boomers) 32% environmentalists (compare to 42% generation X & boomers)
  19. 19. enrollment
  20. 20. enrollment (ACSA Atlas 2012)
  21. 21. enrollment (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce 2012)
  22. 22. enrollment 13.9% B.Arch unemployment 7.7% M.Arch unemployment (twice that of engineering or business degrees) (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce 2012)
  23. 23. enrollment recorded music sales declined $14.6 b. to $6.3 b. 2000 - 2010 newspaper revenues 50% decline 2000 - 2016 (projected) (The Wall Street Journal 2011)
  24. 24. opportunities | challenges
  25. 25. collaborative, practical, results-oriented experiential learners digital natives and gamers natural multitaskers impatient, flexibility convenience focused seek balanced lives opportunities | challenges (Sollohub & Sweeney 2012)
  26. 26. (Sollohub & Sweeney 2012) opportunities | challenges behaviors supporting design pedagogy behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy
  27. 27. behaviors supporting design pedagogy collaborative, practical, results-oriented experiential learners
  28. 28. (Stanford University Institute of Design 2012) behaviors supporting design pedagogy
  29. 29. (Stanford University Institute of Design 2012) behaviors supporting design pedagogy
  30. 30. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting digital natives natural multitaskers gamers
  31. 31. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting digital natives
  32. 32. revit revit revit pandora facebook youtube media player natural multitaskers
  33. 33. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting gamers
  34. 34. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting multimedia collaborative spatial iterative feedback loop emotional stimuli gamers (Prensky 2004)
  35. 35. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting (Architects Newspaper Feb 15, 2012)
  36. 36. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting
  37. 37. behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting (Mallgrave 2009)
  38. 38. (Evan Troxel Sep 13, 2011; Jot Pro; Autodesk Sketchbook Pro; Apple iPad) behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting
  39. 39. (Evan Troxel Sep 13, 2011; Jot Pro; Autodesk Sketchbook Pro; Apple iPad) behaviors or design pedagogy challenging supporting
  40. 40. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy impatience flexibility/convenience balanced lives
  41. 41. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy impatience
  42. 42. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy flexibility/convenience open-ended time commitments maximum flexibility hate lectures (especially big ones)
  43. 43. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy flexibility/convenience homework lecturelecture adaptive learning online courses adaptive learning
  44. 44. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy flexibility/convenience (Virginia Tech Math Emporium)
  45. 45. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy balanced lives When a harried office manager recently announced to his team that an evening of overtime was going to be required in order to finish an important project, he expected to hear a general round of grumbling. But he was shocked when a new member of the team, a 22-year-old recent college graduate, told him he couldnt stay because he had concert tickets that evening. (Sujansky 2009)
  46. 46. behaviors challengingdesign pedagogy balanced lives millennial born: 1982-2005 generation X born: 1961-1981 boomer born: 1944-1960 silent generation born: 1923-1943 GI generation born: 1901-1922 lost generation born: 1883-1900 missionaries born: 1860-1882 (Strauss & Howe 1992) generational constellation digitaldivide
  47. 47. millennial generation the questions | comments