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[Xmca-l] Re: Research on School Space

Great to see this literature being brought together in this way. Thanks to
Beata and the *Polish Team* for evoking such useful suggestions.

Although it is dated, a paper written with Margie Gallego and LCHC may be
relevant to this discussion. In particular it contains maps of classic
American classroom and school layouts that reflect practices that a chat
perspective is (still) seeking to change. The file I have of the paper is
too large for xmca to swallow, but it can be found on Academia. Or contact
me directly and I can send to copious servers. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Gallego, M. A., Cole, M., & LCHC. (2001). Classroom culture and culture in
the classroom. In V. Richardson (Ed.), The Fourth Edition of the Handbook
of Research on Teaching, Wash., DC: American Educational Research
Association. (pp. 951- ­997).


On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 2:13 AM, Beata Zamorska <zamorskabeata@gmail.com>

> Dear colleagues,
>  We (the Polish team) are working on a project: How Can Space (especially
> school space)  Support Students and Teachers Creativity? How can we design
> the school classroom, furniture and tools to foster the processes of
> learning and development?
>  We are looking for researchers who have conducted research on this topic
> in CHAT. I remember Prof. H. Daniels’ presentation about school buildings
> during the last ISCAR Congress in Sydney. However, I can’t find any
> additional information.
>  I would be grateful if you could give me some suggestions.
> Best regards
> Beata Zamorska