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Learning Spaces 3.4 - Cover

The cover page for issue 3.4 of Learning Spaces!

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Learning Spaces 3.4 - Editorial

Learning Spaces 3.4 Editorial

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Learning Spaces 3.4 - Contents

Learning Spaces 3.4 Contents

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Changing the Face of Education

What happens when you ask learners what great learning spaces should look like? That’s exactly what A4LE’s SchoolsNEXT competition did.

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Primary considerations for learners as individuals

How do you make pupils feel at home in the classroom and improve their learning at the same time? Using his ground-breaking research Professor Peter Barrett, Emeritus Professor at the University of Salford and Honorary Research Fellow at Oxford University, explains.

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Elementary Canal?

How the design of a new primary school in Scotland is helping feed the brain.

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Re-Thinking The Vocational Space

Vocational education is often required to make do with more or less adapted standard classrooms or lo-tech practical workrooms. In the first of two articles on the movement to modernize and upgrade vocational education and the serviceability of its space design, Paul Hutton reports on a very challenging project in the American West.

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The Design Process Doesn’t Work

Catherine Saldutti, President & Founder of LA-based content provider EduChange explains why she believes we need to re-examine the whole process of building new spaces if we want to truly re-imagine learning.

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James D. MacConnell Award 2017 Shortlist

These awards honour projects that stimulate systemic change in the educational system by addressing difficult questions, challenging the status quo, and raising expectations. A summary of the presentations compiled by Terry White of A4LE UK. (Full details of all projects can be found on A4LE Website)

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Specialist Labs Come Of Age

What do you do when you want students to develop work-ready skills? Three schools, all of whom worked with FGM Architects, created vocational spaces right in the heart of their schools, involving local businesses along the way.

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Eastern promise

Dani Martin, Chair of the Western Australia Chapter of Learning Environments Australasia tells us what she found interesting at the latest A4LE conference in Singapore.

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Transitions: Melbourne, London, Grand Rapids

The University of Melbourne took to the road to establish what, worldwide, we’re discovering about innovative learning environments.

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