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SPACE IMPACT ON
LEARNING
Teresa Sörö, MSc, RN, Strategic Educational Developer, Medical Case Centre,
Karolinska Institutet...
Space impact on learning:
More than design
Does space matter?
Does place matter?
What values are we expressing with
and in our environments?
What is our view on teaching and learning?
What is our view of work?
HUR ARBETAR VI?
Point of Departure
How do we view learning?
CONSTRUCTIVISM
Learning is an active process.
Learning happens with
collaboration
Builds on earlier expereinces
and knowle...
”PERFORMANCE
REQUIREMENTS” • Dialogue
• Vizualisation
• ”Peer-to-peer learning”
Alignment achieved? The learning landscape...
pitfalls
RIBA guide
News on the catwalk
Orthodoxy
Fad
Aligning physical learning spaces with the curriculum: AMEE Guide No. 107.
Nordquist J, Sundberg K, Laing A Med Teach 2016...
The learning landscape: scales
City
Campus
Building
Classroom
Designing spaces for the networked learning landscape.
Nordq...
FORMAL MILJÖ
Informal spaces
Built environments
• + 100 Classrooms in Solna and Huddinge
• + 15 informal learning spaces
• New Karolinska University Ho...
CAMPUS
FLEMMINGSBERG
What values are we
expressing and what
would we like to express?
Design for experience rather than space
• Towards blended multi-use
• Networked environments
• Combining physical and digi...
TOWARDS NETWORKED LEARNING LANDSCAPE
Hybrid
physical &
virtual
experiences
Active
learning
Traditional
lecture
Singular ho...
Function before design:
- What would you like to happen in an space?
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
Space impact on learning 2016
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  1. 1. SPACE IMPACT ON LEARNING Teresa Sörö, MSc, RN, Strategic Educational Developer, Medical Case Centre, Karolinska Institutet & Red Cross University College Maria Watter, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Director of undergraduate studies Department of laboratory medicin, Karolinska Institutet Jonas Nordquist, PhD, Director Medical Case Centre, Karolinska Institutet
  2. 2. Space impact on learning: More than design
  3. 3. Does space matter?
  4. 4. Does place matter?
  5. 5. What values are we expressing with and in our environments?
  6. 6. What is our view on teaching and learning?
  7. 7. What is our view of work?
  8. 8. HUR ARBETAR VI?
  9. 9. Point of Departure
  10. 10. How do we view learning?
  11. 11. CONSTRUCTIVISM Learning is an active process. Learning happens with collaboration Builds on earlier expereinces and knowledge.
  12. 12. ”PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS” • Dialogue • Vizualisation • ”Peer-to-peer learning” Alignment achieved? The learning landscape and curricula in health professioneducation. Nordquist J Med Educ 2016 Jan;50(1):61-8 Aligning physical learning spaces with the curriculum: AMEE Guide No. 107. Nordquist J, Sundberg K, Laing A Med Teach 2016 Aug;38(8):755-68
  13. 13. pitfalls RIBA guide
  14. 14. News on the catwalk
  15. 15. Orthodoxy
  16. 16. Fad
  17. 17. Aligning physical learning spaces with the curriculum: AMEE Guide No. 107. Nordquist J, Sundberg K, Laing A Med Teach 2016 Aug;38(8):755-68
  18. 18. The learning landscape: scales City Campus Building Classroom Designing spaces for the networked learning landscape. Nordquist J, Laing A Med Teach 2015 Apr;37(4):337-43
  19. 19. FORMAL MILJÖ
  20. 20. Informal spaces
  21. 21. Built environments • + 100 Classrooms in Solna and Huddinge • + 15 informal learning spaces • New Karolinska University Hospital • Biomedicum laboratory level 3 (Solna) • Neo level 5 (Huddinge)
  22. 22. CAMPUS FLEMMINGSBERG What values are we expressing and what would we like to express?
  23. 23. Design for experience rather than space • Towards blended multi-use • Networked environments • Combining physical and digital experiences • For mobile technologically enabled users Danish Technical University Photo credit: Stamers Kontor
  24. 24. TOWARDS NETWORKED LEARNING LANDSCAPE Hybrid physical & virtual experiences Active learning Traditional lecture Singular homogeneous teaching spaces Heterogeneous learning landscape Performative learning spaces-on- demand CURRICULUM LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Lecture Hall Collaborative (formal/informal) spaces Multi-use multi-scale spaces Serviced learning spaces Networked learning landscape
  25. 25. Function before design: - What would you like to happen in an space?

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