|Title||Analytical Framework for Case Study Collection|
This paper proposes an analytical framework for the collection and curation of a set of case studies designed to explore how schools around the world are transforming from traditional teacher-led learning environments supported by conventional school building design to innovative pedagogical approaches supported by responsive spatial environments. From this, a simple model is used to characterise the pedagogical environment and the spatial environment so that schools may be placed on a spectrum: from a teacher-centric to a learner-centric pedagogical approach; and, from a responsive to a non-responsive spatial environment. With this as a starting point, case studies will be collected to illustrate how schools are changing their pedagogical approaches and consequently their spatial environment, and provide insights into the process of change. Information from the case studies will be drawn together to identify issues and provide examples that can be used to inform policy decision makers at local, regional and national level on developing appropriate learning environments.
|Keywords||Schools; education; Case studies;|
|Place of publication||Paris|
|Published online||11 Feb 2019|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.oecd.org/officialdocuments/publicdisplaydocumentpdf/?cote=EDU/EDPC/GNEELE(2018)3/REV1&docLanguage=En|