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J.D. Walker


Over the past few decades, researchers have produced a body of literature that examines the educational importance of space, finding that how learning spaces are laid out, furnished, and equipped makes a difference to the teaching and learning process. Put another way, the formal learning spaces in which much teaching takes place, such as classrooms and laboratories, are not neutral. Different types of classrooms can facilitate, or retard, the implementation of different teaching techniques, and we have only begun to study the ways in which innovative learning environments may enhance equity in the education of our increasingly diverse student body.


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Walker, J. (2019). Foreword. Journal of Teaching and Learning With Technology, 8(1), 1–2.
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