Design Spaces for Learning: Exploring Physical and Virtual Learning Areas with Chris Johnson and Christian Long
Developing the Design Mind: An Introduction to Design Thinking w/Christian Long and Laura Deisley
IDEA EXCHANGE: BYO and One-to-One Panel (moderator)
Leaders and Learning Spaces (Workshop)
Learning at the Speed of Technology (workshop)
Life on the Screen (Workshop)
Life on the Screen (Presentation)Re-imagining the Spaces in Which We Learn
What If The Story Changed? (K12 Online Conference)
What If? (Educon Workshop)
What If? (Presentation)
Re-Imagining the Spaces in Which We Learn
It's not hard to recognize the typical "classroom." They haven't changed much. And while we can honor all the learning that has taken place in that space, there is more to understand about how spaces can be designed to create environments that serve learners in 2013 and beyond. Today, students have an opportunity to learn within an ever-expanding learning space, one that is filled with opportunities to seek on-demand learning, and learning that is free from the constraints of time, space and place. Join David Jakes as we re-envision the intersection of space and learning, and build a new understanding about how learning institutions can create exciting and transformative physical and virtual spaces that extend learning into different dimensions.
A Collection of Perspectives on 21st Century Learning | David Jakes
The factors of organizational readiness | David Jakes
My literacy resources at del.icio.us | David Jakes
My learning spaces at del.icio.us | David Jakes
Resources: Learning Spaces
Educating the Net Generation | see Chapter 12 on Learning Spaces
Learning Spaces | See all 43 Chapters | Educause
Leading the Transition from Classroom to Learning Space | NLII White Paper
Schools Designed for Learning | American Architectural Foundation
Spaces, Places and Future Learning | A collection of papers and presentations from FutureLab
Learning Spaces: More Than Meets the Eye | Brown and Lippincott
Learning Environments: Where Space Technology and Culture Converge | Wargar and Dobbin
Learning Spaces-Images on Flickr
Infocommons- Images on Flickr
One Teachers Story: T.H.E. Learning Lab | John Howell
Literacy Resources to support the development of learning spaces (what do you want learning to look like?)
Comments on Greenhow, Robelia, and Hughes: Expanding the New Literacies Conversation | Leu, O’Byrne, Zawilinski, McVerry and Everett-Cacopardo
Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century | Henry Jenkins et. al Begin on page 19
The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age | MacArthur Foundation Begin on page 26
Clive Thompson on the New Literacy (student writing)
Expanding on the Concept of Literacy | Elizabeth Daly
New Students, New Media, New Literacies | Jason Ohler
New Media Literacies | Jason Ohler
Orchestrating the Media Collage | Jason Ohler
Questions to consider when considering building learning spaces:
How would you characterize learning spaces in schools today?
Do the characteristics of successful physical spaces inform how successful digital spaces are constructed? Are traits transferable?
What does systemic mean to you?
What are the key components of a multidimensional learning space?
What is the relationship/importance of the interactions between formal and informal learning spaces?
How does the design of the learning space influence the perception of the type of teaching and learning about to take place?
How can/will you promote informal learning within the context of a virtual learning space?
How do we rethink the dimensions of learning? Can, and should, learning be independent of time, space, and place, in K-12 education?
Who are the critical stakeholders that need to be involved in developing a multidimensional learning space?
What is required for an organization to be ready for the development of a multidimensional learning space?
Do you believe that social networking is a skill that schools should help students learn and understand? Are there other forms of networking that might be more appropriate? (academic networking, professional networking)
In a digital learning space, what new roles are required? What roles emerge?
What policies do you have in place to scaffold and support the learning that takes place in these new spaces?
How will you assess what takes place in the learning space?
What solution will you build?
Should students be able to contribute content to the knowledge commons?
Given those core skills, what attributes run horizontally across all core skills? (for example, adaptability or intellectually curiosity)
How can a learning space support direct instruction, individual learning and collaborative learning?
What happens when not everyone is on board?
What happens if multiple teachers use a space?