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Dr Lennie Scott-Webber, PhD, IIDA, NCIDQ and Director of Education Environments at Steelcase Education Solutions, has this to say about the future of learning:

The top circle is pedagogy, or teaching methods. The circle on the bottom right is technology and the one just opposite is space. In the center is active learning leading to student success. OK. Sounds good. It is – in theory. But it takes a lot of work to realize the dream. If that dream is student success, then behavioral changes are required along with spatial changes for the learning environment. Currently, most campuses and districts have specialists in each of the areas, but rarely have decision-making teams that look at the intersection of these areas and work to realize the benefit of holistic thinking. This disconnect leaves many institutions in dysfunctional disarray and an inability to realize a new future.

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