Nowadays, school innovation can’t be conceived without rethinking the learning environments. The new “ Learning Spaces in Schools – Guidelines on Exploring and Adapting ” is the document drawn up thanks to the contribution of the Ministries of Education included in the Interactive Classroom Working Group (ICWG) of European Schoolnet. Politicians, consultants, headmasters and teachers from eight countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal and Switzerland) participated in the drawing up of the document.
Indire has contributed by actively participating in the ICWG meetings. In particular, the Indire’s researcher Leonardo Tosi and Samuele Borri, manager of the research project on school architecture, took part in the meetings.
The purpose of the document is to provide schools with a key to the interpretation of the physical space and the use of didactical technologies as crucial elements for innovation.
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