Thinking About Classrooms

We are currently thinking about our learning spaces and how students engage with the layout and furniture they are presented with. Currently we have a variety of furniture and layout options across the College depending on the size of the room and the subjects being taught.

As we consider our classroom options for the future, this post reflects on the conflicting messages schools are faced with from those driving the changes in education.

“How to bring our schools out of the 20th Century” was the title of an article in TIME in December 2006. It featured a more recent take on the Rip Van Winkle fairy tale. After 100 years of slumber, Rip wakes in the first decade of the 21st century. As he walks the streets, observing the citizens of the day […]

via (Pedagogy + Place) & (Rhetoric + Reality) in learning space design: A decade of dialogue — anne knock



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