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Title Transforming education : design & governance in global contexts / Leon Benade, Mark Jackson, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, [2018]
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Contents Introduction; References; Transformation 1: Education Through Design; 1 Modern Learning Environments: Embodiment of a Disjunctive Encounter; Abstract; Introduction; The Study; Disstructuring Education; Disjunctive Encounters: Lived Experience of the Architect Participants; Conclusion; References; 2 Spatialised Practices in ILEs: Pedagogical Transformations and Learner Agency; Abstract; Introduction; 'Twenty-First Century' Learning Practices and Schooling Spaces; Space and Agency; Spatialised Practice; Considerations for Spatialised Practice; Customisation of Classroom Space
Analysis of FindingsBuilding Design; Evolving Building Function; The Students' Experience; The Lecturer Experience; The New Zealand Case: Auckland University of Technology/School of Education; Research Context: Policy; The Research Procedure; Analysis of Findings; Initial Presuppositions; Power and Resistance; Challenges and Compromises; Analysis and Discussion: Global Knowledge Economy Demands and the Social Production of Space; References; 4 Innovative Learning Environments as Complex Adaptive Systems: Enabling Middle Years' Education; Abstract; Introduction; Research Design
Characterising the Socio-Pedagogical Cultures that Emerged Within New Socio-Spatial Contexts for LearningNew Socio-Pedagogical Cultures, Student Behaviour and Control; Emergent Behaviours and Student Engagement; Signs of Student Engagement; Observations of Small Group Activities; Observations of Teacher Led Activities; Students' Geographic Experiences and Student Engagement; Constructivist Learning and Student Engagement; Interaction with Teachers and Student Engagement; ICT and Student Engagement; The Overall Effectiveness of Innovative Learning Environments
Complexity: Theoretical Frameworks for Analysing Innovative Learning EnvironmentsComplexity and Sociology; Complex Adaptive Systems; Emergence, Co-evolution and Mutual Adaptation; Complexity Theory and Education; Complexity Theory and School Architecture; Findings and Discussion; The Development of New Socio-Pedagogical Cultures in Innovative Learning Environments; The Case Study Schools as Complex Adaptive Systems; Creating New Socio-Spatial Contexts for Learning; New Socio-Spatial Contexts for Learning and Curriculum Integration
Influence of Spatialised Practice on Student EngagementExternal Evaluation and Spatialised Practice; Resourcing ILEs for Spatialised Practice; Discussion; Further Research; Conclusion; References; 3 Reimagining and Reshaping Spaces of Learning: Constituting Innovative and Creative Lifelong Learners; Abstract; Introduction; Theoretical Context; Constructing a Learning Space; Futures Critique; The Discourse of a Twenty-First Century Future; Pedagogical Shifts: Twenty-First Century Learning; The Danish Case: South Campus; Context: The Modernisation of the South Campus; The Research Procedure
Summary This book is an edited collection grouped into three key thematic areas. Its authors are researchers and theoretical scholars in the fields of education curriculum, education technology, education philosophy, and design for education. They present primary research and theoretical considerations, descriptive accounts and philosophical reflections to provide readers with a broad sweep of the 'state of play' in thinking about the place and space of learning. Transforming Education distils, from a panoply of critical arenas, an understanding of the forces currently at play in redefining curriculum agendas for education - from primary to post-secondary. It analyses the major ways in which the built environment of education is transforming, in response to various globalised policy drivers and new education delivery technologies. Its authors critique the ways education performs a governance function over the users and occupants of space, be it physical or virtual. F or readers who may be seriously engaging with the concept of spatiality in relation to education for the first time, this book provides the opportunity to develop a clear understanding of a wide scope of theory, practice and critique in relation to learning environments
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Curriculum change -- Research.
Education and globalization.
Educational change -- Research.
Learning.
Form Electronic book
Author Benade, Leon, editor
Jackson, Mark (Mark L.), editor
ISBN 9789811056789 (electronic bk.)
9811056781 (electronic bk.)