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FUTURE LEARNING SPACES: “DESIGNS OF NECESSITY” NOT “DESIGNS OF CHOICE”

“DEPLETION OF THE WORLD’S RESOURCES IS A NATURAL CONTRACEPTIVE” Rita Finlay, 2013

So, my “reflective and critical thought learning spaces” are at the moment, 24 hours a day it seems,  consumed with this process of designing a “learning space of the future”.

So many conflicting thoughts and supposed solutions that don’t correspond or work together.

Let’s go back to an original post on this site “21st Century Sustainable Learning Spaces Are Two Faced”  and I go around in circles trying to resolve the world’s global, population, resources and economic problems. What am I thinking? Continue reading

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