Spatialised Practices in ILEs: Pedagogical Transformations and Learner Agency

Jennifer Charteris, Dianne Smardon, Angela Page
  • August 2017, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-5678-9_2

Spatialised Practices and Learner Agency in ILEs

What is it about?

There has been growing interest in the innovative design of educational spaces and the relationality of spatialised teaching practices in these settings. It outlines the characteristics of spatialised in-service teacher professional learning in these environments, which is an under theorised area to date.

Why is it important?

This paper addresses a dearth of literature on approaches to teacher professional learning and development in newly redesigned or purpose built new generation learning environments (NGLEs).

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