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Chapter 7 Learning Spaces

  title={Chapter 7 Learning Spaces},
  author={Brett Bligh and Charles K. Crook},
Sociocultural accounts of education emphasise that learning occurs in and through mediated interactions with the world; technology in education mediates those interactions, and commonly strives to create distinctive experiences centred upon particular spaces. Yet, until relatively recently, most analyses have typically underemphasised those spatial aspects of how technology in education functions— how tools come to be used in particular spaces, to intersect and challenge spatially embedded… 


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