Reflective post on new understandings and perceptions of learning spaces.


Prior to studying EDFD459 my knowledge on learning spaces was limited. After lots of research and been facilitated by Adam and a highly engaged CoP I have been able to apply information and understanding that learning spaces do not only relate to the physical and e-space. My horizons have spread to encompass the 6 learning spaces. All spaces are equally as important and will be essential factors when planning for learning and teaching outcomes. The liminal space was a completely new concept for me and will impact on my teaching practice as I allow students time to reflect, investigate, experiment and question.

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Currently I am working at a public school on the Gold Coast. I have been teaching for 29 years with expertise in Early Childhood. I am presently a curriculum and pedagogy coach.

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