Learning Spaces: How People Learn

Source: AIA, May 2012

LEARNING SPACE TYPE: Spaces for collaborative, social learning, where active learning groups, problem-based learning teams, formal and informal group work takes place, spaces serving learning groups of various sizes in both formal and informal  settings.

Problem-based learning surpasses traditional classroom for developing 21st century skills.

The left column (click on the diagram to access the source) lists: 

  • adaptability
  • complex communication/social success
  • non-routine problem-solving
  • self-management/self-development
  • systems thinking
  • inter-disciplinary thinking/connections
  • collaboration
  • innovation.

Fabric of Learning Spaces


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