Classroom Psycho-geography

Victorian classroom

Have you ever considered, or even heard of this? If not, have a read of this fascinating article, newly published in the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education

In his conclusion, the author, Richard Henry Reynolds (Central Saint Martins), states:
“I am satisfied genuine differences in students’ involvement and
engagement with lecturer pedagogies and course methodologies are suggested by students’ decisions, conscious or unconscious, to sit in different parts of a lecture room or studio along the ‘axis of engagement’. “

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