Reimagining the Spaces in Which
We Learn
David Jakes

Photo from tim lauer
Provocation:
Is there a new ecology of learning
emerging? If so, what are the spatial
implications?
Classroom and couches
Provocation:
What should the student learning
experience be that prepares them for
the challenges of the world beyond
scho...
Provocation:
Do you have the habitats to support
the development of desired habits?
The vocabulary of learning spaces:
Flexible
Agile
Adaptive
Intentional
Interconnected
Technological
Provocation:
The first step in redesigning a
classroom is to reject the idea it has
to be a classroom.
Image from the4cast

Aurasma
screensh
ot

Image from Mashable
Image from AllanKaplan, Flickr Attribution Only
From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
Image courtesy of melanie kahl
Image courtesy of melanie kahl
Image courtesy of melanie kahl
From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
Today, we’ll consider:
Classrooms
Libraries
Informal spaces
Digital Spaces
We’ll start by considering the
student learning experience.
We’ll collectively develop
strategies:
Tomorrow
Week to a month
A year or more
Our framework

Stanford d.school Design
Thinking Process
Image from dschool.stanford.edu
Please take out your agenda and
procedure.
Identifying the Student Learning Experience
Step 1: One person interviews the other for five minutes using
the provocation...
11-11:30 Design Teams
What should the student learning experience be
that prepares them for the challenges of the
world be...
12-12:30 Working Lunch
2:00-2:30 Design Teams
Develop strategies for the Next Steps
Framework:
Tomorrow
Week to Month
Year or More
3:00-3:45 Design Teams and
Gallery Walk
What should the student learning experience be
that prepares them for the challeng...
Panel Question #1
What about your space most informs how
spaces in schools should be rethought?
Panel Question #2
If you could redesign your space, what would you
do differently? What would you do more of?
Panel Question #3
What advice would you give to educators about
redesigning spaces?
Panel Question #4
What is the most interesting aspect of the
relationship of your spaces and the people that
inhabit it?
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  1. 1. Reimagining the Spaces in Which We Learn David Jakes Photo from tim lauer
  2. 2. Provocation: Is there a new ecology of learning emerging? If so, what are the spatial implications?
  3. 3. Classroom and couches
  4. 4. Provocation: What should the student learning experience be that prepares them for the challenges of the world beyond school?
  5. 5. Provocation: Do you have the habitats to support the development of desired habits?
  6. 6. The vocabulary of learning spaces: Flexible Agile Adaptive Intentional Interconnected Technological
  7. 7. Provocation: The first step in redesigning a classroom is to reject the idea it has to be a classroom.
  8. 8. Image from the4cast Aurasma screensh ot Image from Mashable
  9. 9. Image from AllanKaplan, Flickr Attribution Only
  10. 10. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
  11. 11. Image courtesy of melanie kahl
  12. 12. Image courtesy of melanie kahl
  13. 13. Image courtesy of melanie kahl
  14. 14. From Pentagram Design | pentagram.com
  15. 15. Today, we’ll consider: Classrooms Libraries Informal spaces Digital Spaces
  16. 16. We’ll start by considering the student learning experience.
  17. 17. We’ll collectively develop strategies: Tomorrow Week to a month A year or more
  18. 18. Our framework Stanford d.school Design Thinking Process Image from dschool.stanford.edu
  19. 19. Please take out your agenda and procedure.
  20. 20. Identifying the Student Learning Experience Step 1: One person interviews the other for five minutes using the provocation as the introductory question. Record their ideas in short phrases and place those on post-it notes. Step 2: Switch and repeat the process. If you have three people adjust times accordingly. Step 3: In your groups, assemble all of the post-it notes together and organize them according to similar trends and ideas. These will be your drivers that you will ideate around. You should select 2-3 that intrigue you. You will use these to build recommendations around relative to your space (classroom, library, informal spaces, and digital spaces).
  21. 21. 11-11:30 Design Teams What should the student learning experience be that prepares them for the challenges of the world beyond school?
  22. 22. 12-12:30 Working Lunch
  23. 23. 2:00-2:30 Design Teams Develop strategies for the Next Steps Framework: Tomorrow Week to Month Year or More
  24. 24. 3:00-3:45 Design Teams and Gallery Walk What should the student learning experience be that prepares them for the challenges of the world beyond school?
  25. 25. Panel Question #1 What about your space most informs how spaces in schools should be rethought?
  26. 26. Panel Question #2 If you could redesign your space, what would you do differently? What would you do more of?
  27. 27. Panel Question #3 What advice would you give to educators about redesigning spaces?
  28. 28. Panel Question #4 What is the most interesting aspect of the relationship of your spaces and the people that inhabit it?

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