This particular voice of the ShiftED team loves to incorporate wordplay into posts whenever possible. Today is no exception.
We can talk until we’re blue in the face about instructional design and the changes we think need to occur to successfully instigate the yet-elusive shift in educational practices. But what about the design of the spaces in which these educational practices take place? In a world where blended learning is changing the landscape of student-teacher interaction, the landscape of the the instructional space is just as important as the practices themselves. Check out both parts of EdSurge’s two-part series on history and future of school designed as told in an interview with architect Larry Kearns.
Has your school tackled this piece of the ed puzzle yet? Share your stories in the comments below and include pictures!