Professor Jill Blackmore discusses learning spaces, teachers’ work, feminism and the complexity of education.
Tag: learning spaces
The Changing Vocabulary of Education and its Spaces
A post exploring changes in the words used to talk about education e.g. the shift from “classroom” to “learning space”.
Italy’s ‘Competition of Ideas’ for a New School-Building Programme
Italy’s “Competition of Ideas” for Innovative Schools could stimulate architectural & educational debate.
Making Spaces, Forgetting Politics
Walls* are breaks (Vesely, 2013). They break into established categories of meaning and space and make new ones. They do … More
What are schools for? An interview with Gert Biesta on the learnification of school buildings and education.
Gert Biesta on school architecture and democracy, and learnification – a reductive reappraisal of education as learning.
Interview with Dr Ji Yu
Dr Ji Yu, studied for her doctorate in the Education Faculty of the University of Cambridge, investigating the impact of … More