The Seven Spaces of Technology in School Environments

Matt Locke originally came up with the concept of the Six Spaces of technology (test.org.uk/​2007/​08/​10/​six-spaces-of-social-media/​). I added a seventh earlier this year, Data Spaces, and have played around with how education could harness these spaces, and the various transgressions between them, for learning.

This short presentation tackles the potential of adjusting our physical school environments to harness technology even better. What happens when we map technological spaces to physical ones?

You can see more of the detail behind these thoughts over on the blog:
edu.blogs.com/​edublogs/​2010/​10/​-cefpi-clicks-bricks-when-digital-learning-and-space-met.html

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