Seven spaces of technology & school building design

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If we dissect the different spaces in which digital media grabs our attention and moulds our activity, how could this affect the way we design our future school buildings?

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Seven spaces of technology & school building design

  1. 1. more at edu.blogs.com Creating Engagement In The Classroom Of The Future Ewan McIntosh
  2. 2. more at edu.blogs.com Digital life is made up of spaces 7“Six Spaces”: original concept Matt Locke, test.org.uk
  3. 3. more at edu.blogs.com Digital life is made up of spaces 7 Data Group Watching PublishingSecret Participation Performing “Six Spaces”: original concept Matt Locke, test.org.uk
  4. 4. more at edu.blogs.com Digital life is made up of spaces 7 Data Group Watching PublishingSecret Participation Performing “Six Spaces”: original concept Matt Locke, test.org.uk
  5. 5. more at edu.blogs.com Learning spaces could be made up of spaces 7 Data Group Watching PublishingSecret Participation Performing
  6. 6. more at edu.blogs.com Learning spaces could be made up of spaces 7 Data Group Watching PublishingSecret Participation Performing
  7. 7. more at edu.blogs.com Secret
  8. 8. more at edu.blogs.com Secret In technology terms, secret spaces include: text messaging, instant messenger, Nintendo DS Pictochat
  9. 9. more at edu.blogs.com “Make peace with fidgeting”(The Third Teacher)
  10. 10. more at edu.blogs.com “Make peace with fidgeting”(The Third Teacher) The HOKKI stool from VS Furniture Designed to encourage swivel and swing, “have you seen this?!” conversations
  11. 11. more at edu.blogs.com Provide niched niches
  12. 12. more at edu.blogs.com Provide niched niches Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Experiments in the future of reading”with permission
  13. 13. more at edu.blogs.com Provide niched niches Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Experiments in the future of reading”with permission
  14. 14. more at edu.blogs.com Making a room for one from furnitureVS Furniture & unknown
  15. 15. more at edu.blogs.com Group
  16. 16. more at edu.blogs.com Group In technology terms, group spaces include: Facebook, Tagged, Social games like Farmville
  17. 17. more at edu.blogs.com The community as designer
  18. 18. more at edu.blogs.com The community as designer
  19. 19. more at edu.blogs.com The community as designer
  20. 20. more at edu.blogs.com Dynamic objects for dynamic spaces
  21. 21. more at edu.blogs.com Need a ‘secret’ space or discussion area? Build one.Stanford d.school Dynamic objects for dynamic spaces
  22. 22. more at edu.blogs.com Need a ‘secret’ space or discussion area? Build one.Stanford d.school Dynamic objects for dynamic spaces
  23. 23. more at edu.blogs.com Need a wall in your open plan learning space? Take one - with holes or solid, ready to hang from the ceiling
  24. 24. more at edu.blogs.com Publishing
  25. 25. more at edu.blogs.com Publishing In technology terms, publishing spaces include: blogs, photo sharing websites, tumblr.com
  26. 26. more at edu.blogs.com Show off learning:glass & augmented reality... open air learning... learning commons
  27. 27. more at edu.blogs.com
  28. 28. more at edu.blogs.com School can be the community’s best neighbour(The Third Teacher - let your space be used by everyone, all the time)
  29. 29. more at edu.blogs.com Performance
  30. 30. more at edu.blogs.com Performance In technology terms, performance spaces include: World of Warcraft, Second Life, video games
  31. 31. more at edu.blogs.com Play occurs in more than playgrounds
  32. 32. more at edu.blogs.com Play occurs in more than playgrounds School traffic as a playful collaborationYuyu-no-mori Nursery, Japan
  33. 33. more at edu.blogs.com Play occurs in more than playgrounds School traffic as a playful collaborationYuyu-no-mori Nursery, Japan
  34. 34. more at edu.blogs.com Participation
  35. 35. more at edu.blogs.com Participation In technology terms, participation spaces include: live events, markets, trading sites
  36. 36. more at edu.blogs.com Places where theory is made practice(The Third Teacher)
  37. 37. more at edu.blogs.com Places where theory is made practice(The Third Teacher) Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Tilting the project towards completion”with permission
  38. 38. more at edu.blogs.com Places where theory is made practice(The Third Teacher) Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Tilting the project towards completion”with permission
  39. 39. more at edu.blogs.com Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Tilting the project towards completion”with permission
  40. 40. more at edu.blogs.com Gever Tulley’s Tinkering School “Tilting the project towards completion”with permission
  41. 41. more at edu.blogs.com Data
  42. 42. more at edu.blogs.com Data In technology terms, data spaces include: data.gov.uk, The Sunshine Foundation, Guardian Data Bank
  43. 43. more at edu.blogs.com How could real time data on the life of school be used to improve it?
  44. 44. more at edu.blogs.com How could real time data on the life of school be used to improve it? Using real time data on energy production and consumption to change student and teacher habits.Gullane Primary School, Scotland
  45. 45. more at edu.blogs.com How could real time data on the life of school be used to improve it? Using real time data on energy production and consumption to change student and teacher habits.Gullane Primary School, Scotland
  46. 46. more at edu.blogs.com Watching
  47. 47. more at edu.blogs.com Watching In technology terms, watching spaces include: television, lectures, TED Talks
  48. 48. more at edu.blogs.com Activities in a different space every day
  49. 49. more at edu.blogs.com Celebrate the brilliant (but rare) lecture
  50. 50. more at edu.blogs.com Celebrate the brilliant (but rare) lectureLecture rooms with three focal points for lectures. Collaboration during listening is encouraged. All furniture on wheels to make refocus easy.
  51. 51. more at edu.blogs.com Celebrate the brilliant (but rare) lectureLecture rooms with three focal points for lectures. Collaboration during listening is encouraged. All furniture on wheels to make refocus easy.
  52. 52. more at edu.blogs.com Creating Engagement In The Classroom Of The Future Produced by Ewan McIntosh, edu.blogs.com Creative Commons Non-Commercial Share and Sharealike, unless otherwise indicated

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