Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Flexibility in learning spaces: physical and virtual

Mason & Bateman prepared an interesting recantation on "Deakin University: flexibility in spaces". The idea being that boith the actual classroom and the online environment need to be designed for flexible learning. Unfortunate the presentation notes are not publicly available. But there is an "Innovative Learning Environments Research Study" report from the same team of researchers. The formal report is a bit hard understand, but their accompanying Learning Spaces Portal has some interesting practical examples of learning spaces in Victorian schools.

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