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Learning Spaces 4.1 - Editorial

Learning Spaces is joining up with the Association for Learning Environments!(A4LE)

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18/01/2018
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How universities are implementing innovative learning spaces

Advances in technology have enabled students to have much greater flexibility in how, where and when they learn. When creating an environment where students can flourish both academically and personally it is important to ensure that you plan the space from their perspective.

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18/01/2018
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Next Generation Conference

Next Generation Learning Spaces information!

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18/01/2018
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Learning Spaces 4.1 - Cover

Cover page for Learning Spaces 4.1

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01/02/2018
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Learning Spaces 4.1 - Contents

Contents page for Learning Spaces 4.1!

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A small space with big ideas

Joining two classrooms together was an interesting challenge for Cambridge based architects Chadwick Dryer Clarke as Murray Hudson found out.

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01/02/2018
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New Year’s Resolutions

Ten things you should give up in 2018 for the sake of learning

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01/02/2018
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Disruptive Designs

Changing classrooms to learning landscapes – Rosan Bosch Studio’s work can be found the world over. What is it that makes their designs so recognisable?

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01/02/2018
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A year to remember: David L. Schrader

The Annual LearningScapes Conference in Atlanta, Georgia marked the end of David’s role as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association for Learning Environments. While it was the culmination of his time as A4LE chairman, it was a continuation of a great legacy and a beginning for the next great year for this organization. Here, David reflects on the last twelve months.

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01/02/2018
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The research imperative!

After a research trip that took in Stanford University, Florida’s Flagler County Public Schools decided they needed to shake up their learning environments. Joey DiPuma tells us how.

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01/02/2018
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High on ‘hygge’

When we asked Danish designer, Lene Jensby Lange which was her favourite project, she mentioned Høsterkøb Skole – probably the project that had the lowest budget. Here she tells us why.

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01/02/2018
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Student Voice and Student Choice at the center of Learning

Terry White outlines the importance and success of the Association for Learning Environment’s mission to bring the voice of students into the planning and design of learning environments and talks to those who have developed, experienced and have been inspired by the programme.

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01/02/2018
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