Changing the culture of learning

Richard Sober, Anne Llewellyn

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Abstract

This chapter will explore the changing context of learning and teaching in UK higher education in the twenty first Century and discuss some approaches to facilitate a pedagogical shift to active learning for student engagement and attainment. Throughout the chapter, the relationship between pedagogy, space and technology will be discussed, although the focus is on how technology and learning spaces can facilitate active learning. Spatial flexibility can prevent lecturer inertia in learning methods and problem based and active learning encourages not only different learning but more varied and ambitious assessment. These new pedagogies can contribute to the development of participatory approaches to curriculum development and enhanced student outcomes.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationCreating the Digital Campus: Active Learning Spaces and Technology
EditorsDuncan Peberdy
PublisherDroitwichNet
Publication statusPublished - 5 Sep 2017

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Sober, R., & Llewellyn, A. (2017). Changing the culture of learning. In D. Peberdy (Ed.), Creating the Digital Campus: Active Learning Spaces and Technology DroitwichNet.