Teachers’ Instructional Decisions and Student Agency in New Purposefully Designed Learning Spaces
The manuscript that follows, Teachers’ Instructional Decisions and Student Agency in New Purposefully Designed Learning Spaces, is the second scholarly study from the broader research conducted at a high school of choice in Houston Independent School District in Houston, Texas, in partnership with The University of Texas at Tyler. The authors designed this study to understand further how student agency and active student engagement might have an impact on learning in purposefully designed spaces. Below you’ll find an abstract of our current manuscript. With enthusiasm, VLK Architects is again influenced by the voices of students as they perceive the learning environment, and their teachers design the way instruction.
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