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Transcript of Learning Spaces
Any location where people can meet using networked digital devices.
Learning consisted of memorization; today it relies on understanding.
The Constructive Theory
Implies that learning is best served when it is:
taking into account the student's understanding.
engaging students in learning activities that use analysis, debate, and criticism (as opposed to simply memorization) to receive and test information
using discussions, direct interaction with experts and peers, and team-based projects
The New Classroom
The notion of the classroom has both expanded and evolved; virtual space has taken its place alongside physical space.
What does it mean?
Learning - Activity
Space - Environment Construct
WORLD WIDE WEB
In these and other ways, technology acts as the lever that makes it possible to develop new and more effective pedagogies.
Unlike physical spaces, virtual spaces come and go.
real - virtual
classroom - chat room
contradicts the idea that learning is the transmission of content to a passive receiver.
remember and repeat.
construct knowledge by understanding new information
Even though technology is a very huge step in humanity, it doesn't guarantee the actual learning of the students. As everything it has it's pros and cons, but it can be a helpful way of teaching.
Keeping in mind that learning space design requires a collaborative, integrated approach, with an overarching vision that informs and supports specific projects.
A) Learning as an activity and space as an environment construct that modifies each other.
1. What does Learning Spaces mean?
B) Designed processes that rely on assumptions of relationships between forms of space and practices of learning.
C) Classrooms were by far the single most important space for learning.
2. What Learning Theory is this based on?
3. Why not use the term classroom instead?
A) The World Wide Web has emerged as the primary way most people use the Internet.
B) Hand held devices have acquired a growing set of functions.
C) Net Gen students are social and team oriented
4. What is Virtual Space?
A) The virtual space is an entirely new environment
B) Virtual space is any location where people can meet using networked digital devices.
C) Is a software
5. When does the theory imply that learning is best served?
A) Contextual, Active and Social
B) Fast, Easy, and Understandable
C) Social, Understandable, and Easy
6. Virtual Space refers to:
A) Synchronous and Asynchronous
B) Real and Virtual
C) Classroom and Chatroom