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Copy of Exploring the Potential of Built Environment Education

Doncaster Civic Trust Built Environment Project: Introduction
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Lisa Procter

on 28 July 2016

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Transcript of Copy of Exploring the Potential of Built Environment Education

Children,
Space and Place

Place in education...
Objects and stories
What would a spatial lens bring to understanding children's experiences?
Place and identity
Familiar and unfamiliar place
Place and the body
Meaning and mattering in place
Subversion and placemaking
What's your map of Sheffield?
Tim Cresswell / Kevin Lynch / Pia Christensen and Margaret O'Brien
Dylan Trigg/ Sarah Pink / Liz Bondi / Edward Casey
How would you decide where to sit on a bus?
Nishat Awan, Tatjana Schneider and Jeremy Till / Tim Ingold
Can you remember a time when you have created a place in a space not of your making?
How do you think the children in this picture are making meaning of this unfamiliar space?
Allison James / Julie Seymour / Abigail Hackett
Select a landmark on your map of Sheffield, why is this significant to you?
Peter Kraftl / Henri Lefebvre / Edward Soja
agency as placemakers
sense of belonging
multi-sensory experience

Some research examples...
Sitting on the Loo
How could we make this more awkward?
Toilets in Children's Literature
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