All learning spaces live events are distinctive in that they: Are live at the host school to observe and explore the current practice first hand. Are led by the school to explain their values and ethos and their approach to learning and teaching. Demonstrate the relationship between pedagogy and space and the design of the
The A4LE “Learning Spaces Live” events in the UK and Europe have demonstrated the critical relationship between pedagogy and space and placing the needs of the learner at the heart of the design process.
Making A Reality of Your Vision for Learning “We believe children can consistently surprise us…but only if we let them” [Karen Dugan, Deputy Head Teacher] West Thornton is an outstanding primary school that has been on an evolutionary journey for many years. It has seen the impact of promoting Independent and pupil-led learning in the
University of Westminster Workshop In this special edition Alastair Blyth and Terry White report on a one-day workshop developed to explore the gains, added value, and innocation, in the design process through working collaboratively with design professionals and schools in multidisciplinary teams. The workshop day was designed and facilitated by Alastair Blyth, Michal Cohen and
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COVID-AWARE LEARNING SPACE In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic we asked designers to consider what a Covid-aware learning space might look like. What elements would be retained from the temporary solutions that were implemented in the early stages of the health emergency? And what could we learn from the new ways of delivering
Join us in the discussion of our first EduDesign lockdown challenge, the second is soon to follow! These were the proposed details of the first challenge, please click here for the full presentation, results and discussion. Details of the second challenge can be found below: