Learning spaces: built, natural and digital considerations for learning and learners

Peter Kraftl*, Marcia McKenzie*, Kalervo Gulson*, Inny Accioly, Jill Blackmore, Catherine Burke, David Clarke, Harry Daniels, Raul Olmo Fregoso Bailon, Peter Goodyear, Victoria Goodyear, Indrajit Gunasekara, Sigrid Hartong, Jo Hickman Dunne, Sarah Howard, John Lupinacci, Jamie Mcphie, Greg Mannion, Fikile Nxumalo, Rosie ParnellCarlo Perrotta, Jessica Pykett, Pauliina Rautio, Julian Sefton-Green, Neil Selwyn, David Stovall, Erica Southgate, Robert Talbert, Cheryl Teelucksingh, Richard Tucker, Ola Uduku, Alex Wilson, Adam Wood

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Abstract / Description of output

The goal of this chapter is to assess research that can inform understandings of places and spaces of learning. The chapter assesses evidence across three types of learning spaces: built spaces, digital spaces, and natural spaces. It looks at the role of these different kinds of spaces for learning, attainment, interpersonal relationships, skills development, wellbeing and behaviours ‒ across four pillars of learning to know, to be, to do and to live together. The chapter also explores how learning spaces can be actively shaped, felt and understood through practices and policies that occur within and around them.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEducation and the learning experience in Reimagining education
Subtitle of host publicationThe International Science and Evidence based Education Assessment
EditorsStephanie Bugden, Grégoire Borst
Place of PublicationNew Delhi
PublisherUNESCO MGIEP
Chapter7
Pages452-547
ISBN (Electronic)9789391756048
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2022

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