Mobility, physical space and learning

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Beard, Colin; Price, Ilfryn;
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications

Our biological inheritance is to sense the world through many channels including the non verbal. Learning theory, in both organizational and pedagogic contexts, has come to recognise as much, yet the dominant physical expressions given to learning space in both contexts... View more
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