A school fit for the future: A 21st century, UX approach to learning design

Pride, Stephanie
February 2012
Future Times;2012, Vol. 1, p4
The article features Amesbury School, a new primary school for years one to six located on the edge of Churton Park in Wellington, New Zealand. The author explains that it is a school of the future as it places 21st century models in its teaching and learning practice, with its design and equipment for provision of complete flexibility in the use of spaces and surfaces, as well as in its commitment to exploratory and user-centered learning on the use of the school.


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