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School Spaces for Student Wellbeing and Learning, 1st ed. 2019 Insights from Research and Practice

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Hughes Hilary, Franz Jill, Willis Jill

Couverture de l’ouvrage School Spaces for Student Wellbeing and Learning

This book introduces a new wellbeing dimension to the theory and practice of learning space design for early childhood and school contexts. It highlights vital, yet generally overlooked relationships between the learning environment and student learning and wellbeing, and reveals the potential of participatory, values-based design approaches to create learning spaces that respond to contemporary learners? needs. 

Focusing on three main themes it explores conceptual understandings of learning spaces and wellbeing; students? lived experience and needs of learning spaces; and the development of a new theory and its practical application to the design of learning spaces that enhance student wellbeing. It examines these complex and interwoven topics through various theoretical lenses and provides an extensive, current literature review that connects learning environment design and learner wellbeing in a wide range of educational settings from early years to secondary school. 

Offering transferable approaches and a new theoretical model of wellbeing as flourishing to support the design of innovative learning environments, this book is of interest to researchers, tertiary educators and students in the education and design fields, as well as school administrators and facility managers, teachers, architects and designers.

Section One: Conceptual understandings of school spaces, learning and wellbeing.- Towards a spatiality of wellbeing.- Sociomaterial dimensions of early literacy learning spaces: Moving through classrooms with teacher and children.- Promoting children's wellbeing and values learning in risky learning spaces.- School design and wellbeing: Spatial and literary meeting points.- Section Two: Student experience of school psaces for wellbeing and learning.- Imaginings and representations of high school learning spaces: Year 6 student experiences.- High school spaces and student transitioning: Designing for student wellbeing.- Students reimagining school libraries as spaces of learning and wellbeing.- Creating learning spaces that promote wellbeing, participation and engagement: Implications for students on the autism spectrum.- Enhancing wellbeing through broadening the primary curriculum in the UK with Open Futures.- Section Three: Participatory designing of school spaces for wellbeing and learning.- Fostering educator participation in learning space designing: Insights from a Master of Education unit of study.- Participatory principles in practice: Designing learning spaces that promote wellbeing for young adolescents during the transition to secondary school.- Creating a sensory garden for early years leaners: Participatory designing for student wellbeing.- 13 Creating the third teacher through participatory learning environment design: Reggio Emilia principles support student wellbeing.- Section Four: Designing 'space' for student wellbeing as flourishing.- Designing 'space' for student wellbeing as flourishing.

Hilary Hughes is an adjunct associate professor at the Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. From 2015 to 2018 she taught units in the Master of Education program, including Designing Spaces for Learning. Her research interests include learning space design, information literacy and informed learning, and international student experience. She has been chief investigator for two Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage projects and has completed several other funded projects. Hilary’s qualifications include a PhD (QUT, Australia), MA in Librarianship (Sheffield University, UK) and BA Combined Honours in Spanish and Romance Linguistics (Birmingham University, UK). In 2010 Hilary was Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at the University of Colorado Denver, USA.

Jill Franz is a professor at the School of Design, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. She has extensive experience in academic departmental administration as well as in professional practice, research and teaching of architectural and interior design. Her research focuses on the environment and its potential to enhance health, wellbeing and social justice. She is chief investigator for an Australian Research Council funded project: Innovative procurement theories to optimise education per cost of school.

Jill Willis is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. She teaches in the area of leadership and management studies, enabling school leaders to plan for and lead change. Her research interests focus on learner agency, pedagogy, assessment, and learning spaces. Jill’s research projects include a Queensland Government Horizon Grant exploring with partner schools how participatory evaluation can inform design of new senior assessment responses. Jill’s qualifications include a PhD (QUT, Australia), MEd in Educational Leadership (JCU), Graduate Diploma in Education (BCAE)

Showcases the contemporary research and practice of learning space design for school and early years contexts

Offers a values-based approach to learning space design to enhance student wellbeing and learning

Encompasses formal classroom settings and informal learning spaces, such as playgrounds

Presents a new theoretical model of wellbeing as flourishing to support the creation of inclusive learning environments

Provides exemplars of learning environment esign processes and outcomes to inform design initiatives elsewhere

Enables participatory design that gives voice to school stakeholders, especially students

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