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Walden University learning Article




Open the Windows: Design New Spaces for Learning





Author(s):





Johnson,
Christopher





Source:





Learning & Leading with Technology, v38 n4
p10-15 Dec 2010-Jan 2011. 6 pp.





Peer Reviewed:





No





ISSN:





1082-5754





Descriptors:





Educational
Technology
, School Buildings,
Influence
of Technology
, Educational
Facilities Design
, Educational
Change
, Ecology, Partnerships
in Education
, Best Practices,
Building Design,
Design
Requirements
, Educational
Principles
, Elementary
Secondary Education





Abstract:





As a technologist, the author is interested in how the digital
world is changing the educational landscape. As he began to research effective
learning spaces, he discovered that the architecture, design, and school
facilities communities are making a great deal of progress in creating better
classrooms and school buildings. Unfortunately, many in the educational technology
community are unaware of innovations in school design, and, therefore,
their voices are missing from these important discussions. This article
encourages everyone to become active in an exciting new conversation about how
what one knows about emerging technologies can inform the design
of new schools and classrooms. It presents some helpful resources to
learn more about the importance of appropriate learning space, and offers
suggestions for classroom teachers, school leaders and community members
how they can help change the school learning environment.




05:27:20 am . 12 Nov 2012
Admin · 7 views · 0 comments
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