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4 Lessons the Classroom Can Learn from the Design Studio | The Creativity Post

4 Lessons the Classroom Can Learn from the Design Studio | The Creativity Post | A new culture of learning | Scoop.it
Designers collaborate across disciplines, give and take constructive criticism, and embrace failure in the process of solving problems. Wouldn't children benefit from developing the same skills in school?

 

In his interview with the Carnegie Foundation, John Seely Brown, scholar and co-author of A New Culture of Learning, suggests that we look for education lessons in the architectural studio. In answer to the question of what could we do better in schools today, especially given the rapid pace of change, Brown responds by saying he's intrigued by the architectural studio. "All work in progress is made public . . . One of the things you learn in an architectural studio. . . is to accept critique [from your peers, from the master] . . . accept that, to appreciate that, and to learn from that. And that is one of the key platforms that you want for lifelong learning.”

 

So let’s examine the architectural studio–where we design the places in which we learn, live, heal, and work–to find out what the classroom can learn from these creative environments.


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A Glimpse Into the Future of Learning | The Drucker Institute

A Glimpse Into the Future of Learning | The Drucker Institute | A new culture of learning | Scoop.it
A new culture of learning will redefine pedagogy and place. New ways of learning will dictate what spaces look like and where they are located. Learning will happen at every age, everywhere, all the time.
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Notes and Reflections on "A New Culture of Learning"

Notes and Reflections on "A New Culture of Learning" | A new culture of learning | Scoop.it
A New Culture of Learning by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown Thanks Library (and Kate in IC) for acquiring this book. It is packed with intriguing ideas. Culture as growth because of environment. We are, our systems ...
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