Journal article

Re/assembling spaces of learning in Victorian government schools: policy enactments, pedagogic encounters and micropolitics


Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2015


The significant public investment that has been made over the past decade in the educational infrastructure of universities, colleges and schools has prompted increasing interest in the re-consideration of learning and the spaces in which learning takes place. Set within policy interest in Australia in how spaces can contribute to the broader policy agenda of achieving an ‘Education Revolution’, this article takes as its context the Building the Education Revolution (BER) infrastructure programme. Promoting the idea of twenty-first century learning in open, flexible learning spaces, this programme embeds a particular view of pedagogic practice and the spaces in which it is performed. Deployi..

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