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HOW DOES SPACE DICTATE WHAT ISLEARNED & HOW IT IS LEARNED?
Rembrandts The Anatomy Lecture of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp -
• “Media are not just tools or means of communication. Media mediates our relationships. So when media changes our relationships change” M WeschImage from “The learning class“ http://www.utne.com/Politics/Do-It-Yourself-University-Open-Education-Movement.aspxhttp://www.utne.com/uploadedImages/utne/articles/issues/2011-09-01/the-learning-class2.jpg
Six new spaces• Secret Spaces• Group Spaces• Publishing Spaces• Performing Spaces• Participation Spaces• Watching Spaceshttp://test.org.uk/2007/08/10/six-spaces-of-social-media/
Garrison, Anderson and Archers (2000) Community of Inquiry (CoI) Modelhttp://communitiesofinquiry.com/model
Social space• Social space for informal learning through interactions with co-workers as innovation is fundamentally social. Ideas arise as much out of casual conversations as they do out of formal meetings….the best ideas in any workplace arise out of casual contacts among different groups in the same company.
Personal Space• Personal Space for knowledge workers requiring a different environment to stimulate creativity or individual time for concentration, reflection and learning away from continuous office interruptions. This space will also be available to guests and visitors
Team Space• Team space for collaborative learning by teams of knowledge workers. During certain phases of collaborative teamwork, such as the starting or creation stage, teams need protection from intrusion. As the knowledge commons is removed from immediate work areas of researchers, interruptions can be minimised
Rule of 3• No more than three walls so that there is never full enclosure and the space is multifaceted rather than just open.• No fewer than three points of focus so that the “stand-and- deliver” model gives way to increasingly varied groups learning and presenting together (which by the way requires a radical rethinking of furniture).• Ability to accommodate three teachers/adults with their children. The old standard size of about 30 students in a box robbed children of so many effective practices; these larger spaces allow for better alternatives. http://rubble.heppell.net/three/