The Third Teacher – Learning Space Redesign at Oakridge

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  1. Jared Colley says:

    Thanks for the post, Jason. I like Claire’s comment about “seeing evidence that [her] students were active learners.” When environments remain static, rigid, and consistently the same, the participants in that environment begin to develop blindspots. We stop “seeing”all the layers of what’s going on, but a mobile environment that changes nearly daily keeps me more aware of the room’s dynamics, as well as who’s owning, instigating, and directing the learning. And yes, I agree with you and Bonner! The biggest fans of these new spaces are the students.

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