Shared Learning Spaces

Shared Learning Spaces

Shared Learning Spaces is a new initiative in the MHSES which seeks to connect with classrooms in schools and the university across our partnership, for the exploration and development of shared working practices which actively benefit pupils, teachers, student teachers and educators.

Author: Jonathan Hancock

“Little is known about the experiences of teachers and learners in newly designed learning spaces, and whether the potential for reimagined pedagogies is being realised’ (Willis et al, 2013).  Shared Learning Spaces is a new initiative in the MHSES led by Professor Do Coyle which seeks to connect with classrooms in schools and the university across […]

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Upcoming Events SLS Workshop Monday 30th March Charteris Land Room 5.11, Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh, EH8 8AQ Further details about this event will be published here soon. If you would like to be kept informed of our upcoming events, please email us at: jonathan.hancock@ed.ac.uk.   Previous Events Science Pupil […]

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