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This publication is one of a series, showcasing how schools have taken a pedagogical journey converting existing spaces to prototype different types of learning environments and settings. This case study describes St Martins School in Christchurch.
This publication is one of a series, showcasing how schools have taken a pedagogical journey converting existing spaces to prototype different types of learning environments and settings. This case study looks at Woolston School, which has since merged with Philipstown School and become Te Waka Unua School.
The Ministry of Education has established a process to work with schools embarking on a ministry-led capital project. This page provides stories about Canterbury schools' experiences and information about the master planning and design phases for this process.
This case study describes how one school introduced innovative teaching and learning practices before their move into a new, purpose-built facility.
This book is about learning in classrooms, what makes learning effective, and how it may be promoted in classrooms. Chapter seven outlines collaboration and effective learning.
A resource for designing and sustaining technology-rich informal learning spaces. It contains tools and resources for planning holistically and making connections between: identified needs and proposed solutions; the space, furniture, technology, and services; related or adjacent spaces; the key stakeholders involved in planning and implementing a learning space.