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Space impact on learning summary

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Physical learning spaces project on Karolinska Institutet.

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Space impact on learning summary

  1. 1. Unit for Teaching and Learning Teresa Sörö, MSc, RN, Strategic Educational Developer, Lena Nilsson-Wikmar, Senior Professor, Unit for Teaching and Learning, Karolinska Institutet
  2. 2. 17 oktober 2019Teresa Sörö 2
  3. 3. 17 oktober 2019 Teresa Sörö 3 Students Supervisors Teachers Leaders
  4. 4. Teaching and Learning (TL) 17 oktober 2019Teresa Sörö 4 Courses in higher education Support in educational work Support in educational development
  5. 5. Space impact on learning: More than design
  6. 6. Doorley, S. Witthoft, S. 2012. Making space. Willey, New York. IT’S WHAT YOU DON’T SAY THAT COUNTS!
  7. 7. BUILDINGS TELL STORIES
  8. 8. THE MONASTIC MODEL By DWR - Self-photographed, CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=25399560
  9. 9. THE CAMPUS MODEL Photo J.Fredriksson http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0
  10. 10. CAMPUS FLEMMINGSBERG What kind of values do we stand for?
  11. 11. WHAT KIND OF VALUES AND WHAT FEELING WOULD YOU LIKE TO SIGNAL?
  12. 12. Medical Case Centre IT Universitetet Köpenhamn
  13. 13. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO HAPPEN IN THESE ENVIRONEMENTS? Work / Learn
  14. 14. HOW DO WE WORK?
  15. 15. HOW DO WE WORK?
  16. 16. Mental model of learning?
  17. 17. CONSTRUCTIVISM Learning is an active process. Learning happens with collaboration Builds on earlier experiences and knowledge.
  18. 18. SOFTWARE HARDWARE Pedagogical theory AND Healthcare needs of the 21st Century Buildings and spaces from the Mid-1900’s CURRICULUM VALUES PHYSICAL LEARNING SPACES
  19. 19. DRIVERS • Techniques • Pedagogy • Increased admissions
  20. 20. MENTAL MODEL/PRESUMPTIONS
  21. 21. ”PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS” Dialog Visualisering ”Peer-to-peer learning”
  22. 22. News on the catwalk
  23. 23. Orthodoxy
  24. 24. Formal learning: Always intentional – the explicit intention is to gain knowledge, skills and/or competencies. The arena is the formal educational or training systems in the classroom. Informal learning: often regarded as learning by experience, or just experience. (Werquin 2007; OECD 2010)
  25. 25. FORMAL MILJÖ
  26. 26. DIALOGUE
  27. 27. VISUALISATION
  28. 28. PEER TO PEER LEARNING
  29. 29. Informal spaces
  30. 30. 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)
  31. 31. Design for experiences rather than a room • Towards blended multi-use • Networked environments • Combining physical and digital experiences • For mobile technologically enabled users

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