Practices for Managing Time and Space

  • Tony Wright
Part of the Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics book series (RPAL)

Abstract

Chapter 3 identified the following issues arising from a discussion of the management of classroom time and space:
  • the extent to which the chronological boundaries of education conflict with ‘natural learning rhythms’;

  • the influence of spatial arrangements on classroom life, and individual and collective responses to the arrangement of classroom space;

  • the effects of continuing with formal learning activity outside the classroom — at home, online and in the community.

Keywords

Malaysia Tempo Doyle Indonesia Metaphor 

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© Tony Wright 2005

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  • Tony Wright

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