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ERIC Number: ED017153
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 1
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EVOLUTION OF A LEARNING CENTER.
HUTCHINSON, GEORGE A.
THE LEARNING CENTER CONSISTS OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES APPROPRIATE AND RESPONSIVE TO THE ENERGIZING CONCEPTS OF EDUCATION BASED ON HOW STUDENTS LEARN. INSTEAD OF STRUCTURING THE FACILITIES INTO SIMILAR SIZED CLASSROOM SPACES, THE CENTER PROGRAMS FACILITIES FOR LARGE GROUP SPACES ACCOMMODATING 150 OR MORE STUDENTS, SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AREAS OF ABOUT THIRTY STUDENTS AND INDIVIDUAL STUDY AREAS. ACCOMPANYING SKETCHES GRAPHICALLY PRESENT THE LEARNING CENTER CONCEPTS AND ARE SUGGESTIVE OF POSSIBLE ORGANIZATIONS OF SPACE. THE LEARNING CENTER FACILITIES HAVE THE FLEXIBILITY NEEDED TO PROVIDE THE STUDENT WITH A MAXIMUM OF LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY BUSINESS, VOL. 42, NO. 5, MAY 1967. COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED BY WRITING TO THE EDITOR, COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY BUSINESS, 1050 MERCHANDISE MART, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60654. (BH)
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Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA