Professor Jill Blackmore discusses learning spaces, teachers’ work, feminism and the complexity of education.
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 Innovative Schools could stimulate architectural & educational debate.
Walls* are breaks (Vesely, 2013). They break into established categories of meaning and space and make new ones. They do … More
Gert Biesta on school architecture and democracy, and learnification – a reductive reappraisal of education as learning.
Dr Ji Yu, studied for her doctorate in the Education Faculty of the University of Cambridge, investigating the impact of … More