Creating Learning Settings examines the design and implementation of learning settings informed by the newest, most expansive insights into how people learn in the post-industrial age. Educators today are tasked with moving beyond the fixed, traditional practices that have long dominated formal schooling and becoming more dynamic and strategic in arranging learners, facilitators, resources, on-site and virtual environments, and learning experiences. Integrating contemporary theoretical approaches and empirical studies, this book offers a systematic approach to creating settings that leverage the physical, digital, resource, and social dimensions necessary to support learning.

chapter 1|25 pages

The Varieties of Learning

chapter 2|21 pages

The Learning Setting

chapter 3|24 pages

Physical Configurations

chapter 4|21 pages

Digital Configurations

chapter 5|23 pages

Resource Configurations

chapter 6|26 pages

Social Configurations

chapter 7|48 pages

Advances in Learning Settings