Literature Review : Learning Environments

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Literature Review
Learning environments are important spaces because these are where students spend most hours trying to finish tasks. It is said that almost 20,000 hours students spend by the completion of university (Fraser 2015). University spaces and home learning spaces are separate areas for learning (Grant 2011), students tend create a relationship between both and make their own “Personal Learning Agendas”. Learning spaces can vary from single cells to modern day learning studios, the designs of these studios effect the learning outcomes of students (Alsaif 2014).
“Learning environment” refers to a place or space, school, library: social, physical, psychological ad pedagogical context in which learning takes place and inversely affects student outcomes (Afari 2013). Furthermore, in reality 21st century learning takes place in physical environment like these, it envisions a place where students are involved in self-directed and co-operative learning activities (Lippman 2010). Although this review will cover various themes related to new learning environments, this review will focus on some major themes which emerge ( SKIP INTRO WRITE IN THE LAST, REFER ONLINE)
Education for 21st century Students – Exploration.
As the rate of change constantly increases in the 21st century, the world is moving into becoming more interconnected and complex. John Seely Brown says that it is very important to shift our focus from education to lifelong learning (Brown 2005). The growing
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