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Flexible Learning Spaces: The Integration of Pedagogy, Physical Design, and Instructional Technology
Marketing Education Review
  • Stern Neill, University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
  • Rebecca Etheridge, University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
Publication Date
1-1-2008
Abstract
To support pedagogical innovation, educators must reexamine physical space. This paper describes a project to redesign an existing classroom into a flexible learning space. The desired outcome was a classroom that would support a variety of pedagogical approaches and learning experiences. The findings, based on data gathered from students and faculty, indicate that the renovated classroom increases student engagement, collaboration, flexibility, and learning. A flexible learning space better enables innovative approaches to teaching and learning when compared to the traditional classroom.
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Publisher statement
This is an unpublished, pre-print version of the article published in Marketing Education Review. The original publication is available at Marketing Education Review.
Citation Information
Stern Neill and Rebecca Etheridge. "Flexible Learning Spaces: The Integration of Pedagogy, Physical Design, and Instructional Technology" Marketing Education Review Vol. 18 Iss. 1 (2008) p. 47 - 53
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sneill/7/