Follow along with the Learning Spaces Book Club


What do our learning spaces say about our learning?

I’ve begun to assemble a Flipboard on Learning Spaces.  This magazine is meant to compliment the broader reading the Learning Spaces Book Club will do. Our first text, is on it’s way here: feel free to read along with us, and join us in the #uwcLearnSpaces conversation to be, found on Twitter. If you didn’t sign up for the club, but you’d like to have someone pass on their book to you, please let us know by commenting to this post.
If you want to learn more about ‘next practice’ for learning spaces, here are three amazing people who are leading the thought-athon on that topic.  If you aren’t following these big brains on Twitter, stop reading this post, and bring them into your PLN now:
If you are reading this right now, and you have a favorite text/resource when it comes to learning spaces–or if you have a great question to ask when it comes to classroom redesign, please share in the comment section.

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  1. Do the tables in the video doubles as whiteboards? Amazing!!

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