The classroom has broken: changing school architecture in Europe and across the world
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This collection of articles presents new models of school learning environments that are spreading in many countries.
The building model that has dominated school architecture for many years seems to be no more adequate to the technological tools, the didactic strategies, the competences and the objectives that characterise the most innovative learning environments. This re-thinking process requires the overcoming of the classroom organisation as the only spatial reference point of everyday teaching, and the starting of a series of new solutions and innovative models to design new learning environments and redefine the function of the classroom.
- Published by: INDIRE
- Year: 2018
- Languages available: English, Italian