Phase 2 of the project focuses on the development of resources to inform the design and use of innovative learning spaces. Utilising a range of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, data was collected in Phase 1 of the study involving 1,300 participants internationally.
The analysis of data identified a common pathway teachers follow in the process of transition from traditional to more innovative learning spaces and practices. What emerged were three phases in the process of creating new learning spaces—early, implementation and consolidation—and the key issues to be addressed, articulated into a Teacher Transition Pathway.
The project team are currently developing the pathway by collecting strategies and tools from our partners and other key stakeholders, conducting Survey 2 and refining the theoretical basis for key elements of the framework.