The impact of new forms of learning space in maximising social, enquiry based, and experiential learning - a case study of Northumbria University

Guy Brown, John Holmes

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Abstract

Northumbria University has an established education strategy that engages students in critical scholarship and enquiry as partners in learning. This is particularly appropriate to professional education which lend itself to problem solving and experiential learning. This is manifested by a pedagogy emphasising the importance of enquiry based research activity in which learners collaborate with peers, employers, and tutors using a range of technology enabled and individualised learning interventions including coaching, groupwork, tutorial and workshops. The aspiration to collaborative social learning cannot be achieved without investment in the estate to facilitate these activities.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2018
EventHigher Education Academy One Day Flexible Learning Symposium: Future Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Space, Technology and Pedagogy - Higher Education Academy, York, United Kingdom
Duration: 22 Mar 201822 Mar 2018

Conference

ConferenceHigher Education Academy One Day Flexible Learning Symposium
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityYork
Period22/03/1822/03/18

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