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Learning universe

The Learning Universe

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  1. 1. Session 3: The Learning Universe Sarah Davies Designing Spaces for Learning
  2. 2. 14 February 2018 2 hook
  3. 3. Intended Learning Outcomes By completing this session, learners should be able to: – Explain key terminology/factors in relation to ‘learning spaces’; – Identify and categorise the different concepts associated with spaces; and – Explain the historical developments of learning spaces in relation to educational and architectural factors. 14 February 2018 3
  4. 4. What do we know already? • Think about which seat you prefer and explain to your table why that is. • List the reasons. 14 February 2018 4
  5. 5. List 20 facts about the image in front of you. 14 February 2018 5 OxfordDictionaries© Oxford University Press
  6. 6. Key Terminology • List 20 facts about the image in front of you. 14 February 2018 6 Orange Grey Curved Straight Chair Chair legs MetalTable Table top Table base Vent Ridges Contrast Fabric Wood White
  7. 7. What have we been doing? • Describing what furniture looks like using key terminology • Appraising how we feel about the seat • Explaining why that is 14 February 2018 7
  8. 8. KEY TERMINOLOGY/FACTORS 14 February 2018 8
  9. 9. glossary 14 February 2018 9
  10. 10. Chair and table Form Function Significance Orange Curved Fabric Chair with Metal Chair legs that move. Ridges at headrest height. Small White Wood side Table with contrasting metal stand. A café style seat for students to sit in and complete individual work away from the café. Comfort to head. A café style table to accommodate drinks and limited student possessions. Informal seating. Recognition of adult learners needs (Andragogy). 14 February 2018 10
  11. 11. Form, function and significance. • Go back to your original favorite seat and • Start to interpret the Form, Function and Significance. 14 February 2018 11
  12. 12. CONCEPTS 14 February 2018 12
  13. 13. Creators of space Terminology Explanation Designers of space A person who plans the look or workings of something prior to it being made, by preparing drawings or plans. Procurers of space A person who causes someone to do something or something to happen, for example, the teacher who makes choices about the types of space and the objects within them. Users of space A person who uses or operates something, for example, the teacher who uses a classroom and the learner who explores playground furniture. 14 February 2018 13
  14. 14. Space Settings • Playgroups • Nursery Schools • Primary Schools • Secondary Schools • Further Education Colleges • Universities • Businesses • Museums • Libraries 14 February 2018 14
  15. 15. Ask questions: • Who uses the space? • Who is designing the space? • Are the designers talking to the users? • Are the educators talking to the users? 14 February 2018 15
  16. 16. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS 14 February 2018 16
  17. 17. Blog Post • Create a 500-word blog post about how the design of a space can promote (or restrict) equality of opportunity (synthesis) 14 February 2018 17 space learners opportunities – Explain key terminology/factors in relation to ‘learning spaces’; – Identify and categorise the different concepts associated with spaces
  18. 18. Independent learning – Explain key terminology/factors in relation to ‘learning spaces’; – Identify and categorise the different concepts associated with spaces 14 February 2018 18
  19. 19. Field Trips to ‘existing’ learning spaces FE/HE Spaces Chaucer Building (Nottingham Trent University) CHR3604 10 am School Spaces Farnborough School (Clifton Estate) Times TBC Business and Cultural Spaces rg+p Ltd (Architects Offices) Coach leaving NTU bus circle at 9 am 14 February 2018 19
  20. 20. Intended Learning Outcomes By completing this session, learners should be able to: – Explain key terminology/factors in relation to ‘learning spaces’; – Identify and categorise the different concepts associated with spaces; and – Explain the historical developments of learning spaces in relation to educational and architectural factors. 14 February 2018 20

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