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Brown Malcom & long Philip (2006). Trends in Learning Space Design. Washington : Educause, 330 p. En ligne : <>. 
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Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Brown2006a
Categories: General
Keywords: architecture scolaire
Creators: Brown, long
Publisher: Educause (Washington)
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This chapter examines significant trends in learning space design, both in new
construction and in renovation, and relates them to learning theory and technological
advances. Three major trends inform current learning space design:
 Design based on learning principles, resulting in intentional support for social
and active learning strategies.
 An emphasis on human-centered design.
 Increasing ownership of diverse devices that enrich learning.
These trends have been catalyzed by constructivism, digital technology, and
a holistic view of learning.
The emergence of the constructivist learning paradigm has led to a focus
on learning rather than teaching. It allows us to reevaluate classrooms and to
consider informal learning spaces as loci for learning. If learning is not confined
to scheduled classroom spaces and times, the whole campus—anywhere and at
any time—is potentially an effective learning space. That holistic view of learning
presents challenges, however. First, the demands on student time and attention
continue to grow; even residential institutions have over-scheduled students.
Second, learning doesn’t just happen in classrooms; learning also occurs outside
the lecture hall. New strategies for enabling learning and accommodating the
multiple demands on student time have led to rethinking the use, design, and
location of learning spaces.
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