- Entering college means having to make decisions for the first time about how you learn best. These skills are usually developed on one’s own through trial and error, if at all. inHabit in an interactive map that guides learners through a place-based self-reflection cycle: from exploring which physical spaces support which kinds of learning, to reflecting on their feelings once in the space. Students not only learn how they learn best in the context of physical space, but also gain feelings of ownership and agency over their work, which can intrinsically motivate them to learn and succeed in college.
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- Kaggen, L.B., & Iwasaki, S. (2016). inHabit: Exploring mental life through physical space. Masters Project. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: http://purl.stanford.edu/vj084dp2594
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