Creating environments for learning

Report
Ministry of Education
Greater Christchurch Education Renewal Programme
Visioning
Rebuild
Real time
Authentic
ICT literate
Enquiry
Education Learning Network
Independent learners
Modern facilities
Learners needs
Collaboration
Renew
Cultural depth
Restore
Student centred
Pedagogical development
Transferable skills
Resilience
Metacognitive
Global village Innovation
Attainment
Modern Learning
Achievement
New technologies
Background: Opportunity to innovate
Vision
Community
Reshape
Background: Education was Mass Production……..
Educational objectives and practices have fundamentally
changed from the teacher centred 20th century factory model.
Work places have changed dramatically since then.
Therefore the design of learning spaces should address the
educational needs of learners in the 21st century (Chism, 2006;
Fisher, 2002; Temple, 2007).
Partnership approach
learning styles
learning skills
collaboration model
student-centred
Pedagogy
agility
adaptability
ICT
people
devices
mentoring
choice
people
PLD
inspiring
iterative designing
furniture
Resources
flexibility
software
apps
indoor spaces
Environment
equipment
services
safe
people
fittings
EQ resilient
weathertight
modern
menu of spaces
outdoor spaces
Best practice
Managing self
Thinking
Using language
symbols & texts
Relating to
others
Participating &
contributing
The 5 process steps
School vision
How do you want pedagogy to look?
What do your students need now?
…..and in the future?
Design
Design brief
specifications
•Adjacencies Visioning
•space layout
•Relationships
(indoor and
•Culture
outdoor)
•Site wide
• Furniture and
specifications
Equipment
•ICT
Master planning
Property
Planning
School development
and practice
Ministry of Education
Planning and
Reporting
Implementation
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Developing a shared vision
Practice
Principles
Values &
Beliefs
Developing a shared vision
Developing a shared vision
Next steps
What can you do?
• Research
• Pedagogical prototyping
• Working parties
• Design user groups
What will we do?
• Feedback
• Next meeting/workshops/activities
• Contact
References
Stephen Heppell:
http://rubble.heppell.net/three/
Julia Atkin:
http://www.learning-by-design.com/
Bullard, J. 2010:
Creating environments for learning: Birth to age eight, Pearson
Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Chism, N. 2005:
Initiative:
Informal learning spaces and the institutional mission. EDUCAUSE Learning
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI0532.pdf
Dahley, A.M. 1994:
Co-operative Learning Classroom Research
http://alumni.media.mit.edu/~andyd/mindset/design/clc_rsch.html
Dept of Education:
State of Victoria, Aus
http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/efi/pubs/deecd-reports-blackmore-learning-spaces.pdf
http://www.vit.vic.edu.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/PDF/1137_The-Effect-of-the-PhysicalLearning-Environment-on-Teaching-and-Learning.pdf
JISC 2009,:
Learning landscapes and critical pedagogy – space as social science,
http://www.online-conference.net/jisc/content2009/neary/neary_Critical%20Pedagogy%20supporting%20paper%203.pdf
Woolner et al:
“A sound foundation? What we know about the impact of environments on learning.”
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