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The tangible and intangible qualities that make up a school are collectively known as “teaching and learning conditions.” Education reform efforts that relate to the “places for learning” seek to enhance or reinvent those conditions.
A place for learning isn't just a building or a classroom. How well do you remember your school building? The place for learning is more defined by a school's organization and culture than by its architecture.
We convinced Jeff to narrate a short video preview of each lesson. We hope you get a kick out of the awkward expressions we captured him in...
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