Learning in the 21st century is no longer compounded of what happened within the classroom’s wall.

The traditional idea of education and schooling served well the needs of the industrial society, but current and future life demands learning to concentrate on the holistic wellbeing of learners, reducing the separation between life in schools and home.

Changing operational culture as well as the pedagogical culture is hard, but the manipulation of architecture and interior design of learning spaces is another way to enhance changes.

These future schools demonstrate how pedagogy, leadership, capacity building, technology, teacher training and the architecture of the learning space are brought into action.

Observing some ‘future schools’ around Oulu, Tyrnävä and Kempele to see how architecture and interior design are utilised to force change in learning. hashtag#architecture hashtag#interiordesign hashtag#learning hashtag#finnisheducation hashtag#futureschool hashtag#edutour hashtag#finnishschools hashtag#finpeda
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