The aim of this post is to consider the value of small rooms in schools with the intention of starting … More
This is a guest post by Dr Tom Bellfield, a part 2 architectural assistant at SCABAL, an architecture practice specialising … More
This is a guest post by Dr Pamela Woolner, Senior Lecturer in Education at Newcastle University. Pam has been researching … More
The closure of many schools around the world in the past few months has given us a unique opportunity to … More
This is a guest post by Catherine Burke, Professor Emerita of the History of Education at the University of Cambridge. … More
Some thoughts about education and James C. Scott’s ‘Against the Grain’.
A talk I gave at the Bartlett’s Spatial Engagement Network meeting about Anarchism, Education and Space on the architect Giancarlo De Carlo.
“School design, which is finely tuned to the full range of activities and needs of adults and children who inhabit … More
3 Seminars at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge University exploring the role of the built environment in education and schools.
An interview with Silvia Fehrmann, curator of HKW’s conference “Schools of Tomorrow” on schools and society.
Originally posted on code acts in education:
Ben Williamson Image: Atomic Taco The world’s largest edu-business, Pearson, partnered with one of the world’s…
A list – to be updated – of school museums (that is, museums of school life or buildings) in Europe and a few beyond.
The old village primary school (1930-2000) in Nerokourou (Crete) is now the Museum of School Life (Μουσείο Σχολικής Ζωής) and striking for its reminders of the physicality of education and material technologies of teaching and learning.
The following is a list of things we learned during the Education Estates conference, held in Manchester on 10-11th November … More