Planning Learning Spaces
What are the implications for education in a world changed by Covid-19?
In this new world, it is more important than ever that children feel safe and comfortable in their surroundings.
We need to realise a new vision for education, adapting our learning spaces to the current environment.
Planning Learning Spaces – The Book
Murray Hudson and Terry White have brought together educationalists and innovative school architects to pool their collective expertise and inspire the design of more intelligent learning spaces.
This collaboration shows the importance of understanding the intended learning and teaching approach before thinking about the physical design of schools and classrooms.
Sir Ken Robinson – who inspired much of the book, and kindly wrote the foreword – sadly died in August 2020. His work and vision will not be forgotten.
Planning Learning Spaces – The magazine
Published three times a year, Planning Learning Spaces magazine keeps you up to date with current thinking for architects, designers and school leaders.
Summer 2021 – In this highly international issue, Ksenia Dokukina discusses how Russian education is moving away from traditional classrooms and making better use of natural spaces and Hugh Gatenby paints his near-future vision of a greatly enhanced virtual learning experience. And much more.
Planning Learning Spaces in practice
The Planning Learning Spaces Design Framework helps schools to translate their educational vision into learning space design principles. Schools are guided through a reflective process, building the link between curriculum and design through a structured framework. We work with lead staff and other appropriate stakeholders through a series of workshops, which can be delivered online or in person.
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The Planning Learning Spaces book is now available
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