Future learning environments - Priority group meeting
The future learning environments priority group addresses all issues around classrooms, scheduling and planning. Open for all staff and students.
Time: Tue 2022-05-03 10.00 - 11.30
Video link: Zoom
Learning spaces of the future
KTH will continuously renovate classrooms and introduce new technology and new furniture, adapted to current pedagogical teaching methods. This can encourage new pedagogy but also make traditional teaching more difficult in renovated classrooms. There are also wishes about how the classrooms should be developed from both students and staff persepctives.
Most important issues for the PriU group
- How should the classrooms be designed and equipped to function as well as possible in the future?
- How should teachers learn to use the classrooms better?
- How can the classrooms be used more efficiently for teaching, examination and studies?
- How can the technology become more reliable and error reporting easier?
KTH's development plan 2018-2023 on educational environments
- An open KTH has creative and innovative study environments, as well as open and inviting campus environments that are characterized by collaboration and student life.
- A more sustainable KTH has campus environments that are clearly characterized by sustainable solutions and reduced environmental impact.
- The investment in e-learning in the broadest sense will continue and give concrete results in the form of changes in pedagogy, organization and implementation of education, as well as in the physical design of premises.