Transitions: Melbourne, London, Grand Rapids
The University of Melbourne took to the road to establish what, worldwide, we’re discovering about innovative learning environments.
Dani Martin, Chair of the Western Australia Chapter of Learning Environments Australasia tells us what she found interesting at the latest A4LE conference in Singapore.
Specialist Labs Come Of Age
What do you do when you want students to develop work-ready skills? Three schools, all of whom worked with FGM Architects, created vocational spaces right in the heart of their schools, involving local businesses along the way.
The Design Process Doesn’t Work
Catherine Saldutti, President & Founder of LA-based content provider EduChange explains why she believes we need to re-examine the whole process of building new spaces if we want to truly re-imagine learning.
Re-Thinking The Vocational Space
Vocational education is often required to make do with more or less adapted standard classrooms or lo-tech practical workrooms. In the first of two articles on the movement to modernize and upgrade vocational education and the serviceability of its space design, Paul Hutton reports on a very challenging project in the American West.
How the design of a new primary school in Scotland is helping feed the brain.
Primary considerations for learners as individuals
How do you make pupils feel at home in the classroom and improve their learning at the same time? Using his ground-breaking research Professor Peter Barrett, Emeritus Professor at the University of Salford and Honorary Research Fellow at Oxford University, explains.