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Welcome to Designing Learing Spaces 2008

Stanford University School of Education, 303x


In formal learning settings (schools) and informal settings (any place but school) the design of space shapes personal interactions and affords learning opportunities. This project-based, collaborative course gives students the chance to integrate learning principles into the design of specific spaces for real clients and develop a rubric to assess the impact that spaces have on learning.


Our course will use a WIKI this quarter to build a knowledge base around learning spaces, to collaborate on our projects, and to post reflections on the intersection of learning and space. Each page of this site can be edited by anyone else in the class and even the world. The site stores every version of each page, so if you make a mistake or if you feel like a recent update adds no value, you can click history and return the page to its original condition.


Class Schedule and syllabus (readings, requirements, more stuff)

Project 1: Individual Project

Project 2: Team Project: includes individual team pages

Design Process

Field Trips

Book Club

Learning Approaches


Something Interesting

Sandbox: A place for you to play around with this tool without fear of harming your work or anyone else's work


2006 and 2007 Designing Learning Spaces Websites


Some of the spaces we will explore are:


Classrooms (Wallenberg Hall, Stanford)


Infomal Spaces (Ostersund School, Copenhagen, DK)

Museums (Children's Discovery Museum San Jose)

Libraries (KTH University Stockholm)











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