The Privileging of 'Place' within South Australia's Education Works: A Spatial Study

Peter Walker

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    Abstract

    Educational space manifests itself in myriad ways; one of the most obvious is school architecture, comprising spaces specifically designed with the process of teaching and learning in mind. Nonetheless, there has been a tendency to treat school architecture as a background phenomenon that was not integrated into the power of pedagogy, or, if it was, then it was seen as an innocuous force, generally for the educational good.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDisability Studies: Educating for Inclusion
    Subtitle of host publicationEducating for Inclusion
    PublisherSense Publishers
    Pages75-88
    Number of pages14
    Volume3
    ISBN (Electronic)9789463001991
    ISBN (Print)9789463001991
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Walker, P. (2015). The Privileging of 'Place' within South Australia's Education Works: A Spatial Study. In Disability Studies: Educating for Inclusion: Educating for Inclusion (Vol. 3, pp. 75-88). Sense Publishers.