Questions, questions - what sort of education do we want to see in future? - how many classrooms do we need? - what sorts of learning relationships do we want to foster? - what buildings do we want? - what competencies do we want learners to develop? - What tools and resources are available to us to support learning? Re-Imagining Learning Spaces - Futurelab, 2006
Design then ICT ICT Design D – F Design and preparation ICT interface Production information A – B Preparation Strategic brief Design Brief C Concept General arrangements G – K Construction ICT solution Mobilisation construction
ICT and Design ICT Design D – F Design and preparation ICT interface Production information A – B Preparation Integrating ICT into design process Strategic brief Design Brief C Concept ICT Brief General arrangements G – K Construction ICT solution Mobilisation construction
ICT Strategy Development A B New Build Vision Development Audit Phase Requirements & Specification Project Brief Output and Functional Specification Estimated Costs Detailed Proposals & Costs Final Proposals & Costs Project Close Handover Contract Award & Implementation Procurement Feasibility RIBA Stage Existing Build C D E F G H J K L ICT Audit Vision Statement Current Status Procurement Interim Strategy Production Proposals Decant Implementation
A-B Preparation Integrating ICT into the design process
Our thinking must enable built and virtual environments to be created simultaneously – together they are the environment for learning
The built environment should be enhanced by the use of ICT – smart buildings, access control, security, high quality IP infrastructure.
In the built environment , learning spaces should be well served with infrastructure and presentation tools – projection, sound, AV consoles, interactive teaching technologies are all desirable and should improve teaching.
The virtual environment should be learner-centric and match the highest quality MIS with innovative content management and creation facilities.
In the virtual environment , personalisation and flexibility to meet learners’ needs are crucial.