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Changing education with design

'The core challenge when speaking about creating optimal conditions for learning, is that our society develops in one direction, while our schools are kind of frozen at a point that is far away from that direction', says Rosan Bosch in an interview with online magazine DANISH.

Future learning environments will be designed to accommodate for more flexible educational programmes, based on a combination of formal and informal teachings that will train children to become more independent and creative thinkers.

We will see more ‘open plan schools’ where classes take place in flexible surroundings, based on a combination of specialized learning zones, to a higher extend reflecting the reality that most students will have to be able to navigate after graduation. Read the article here.

Changing education with design

'The core challenge when speaking about creating optimal conditions for learning, is that our society develops in one direction, while our schools are kind of frozen at a point that is far away from that direction', says Rosan Bosch in an interview with online magazine DANISH.

Future learning environments will be designed to accommodate for more flexible educational programmes, based on a combination of formal and informal teachings that will train children to become more independent and creative thinkers.

We will see more ‘open plan schools’ where classes take place in flexible surroundings, based on a combination of specialized learning zones, to a higher extend reflecting the reality that most students will have to be able to navigate after graduation. Read the article here.