The Universe Foundation

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ArbejdsbordDC2010

The Universe Foundation hired Nikolaj Bebe to carry out a report concerning research covering the relationship between architecture, creativity and learning. The report Physical creativity conducive learning and teaching environments constitutes – along with six design principles developed by Nikolaj Bebe during the research project MMALP – Many Ways Of Learning – the theoretical basis for the development of The Universe Foundation’s Project The Science Room Of The Future.

The report was subdivided into three related areas of focus:

Task 1 Identification of research knowledge in the field of creativity conducive teaching and learning environments. Answering and documenting the question: What promotes, based on research, creativity in the physical environment?

Task 2 Prioritize and describe (define) the theoretical principles which should be translated into design solutions in the physical facility. Answering the question: What principles should be developed into practical design solutions?

Task 3 Define the research questions the project should seek to answer, based on design principles, as well as which methods to be used for documentation and collection of this information.

Go here to learn more about The Universe Foundation and The Science Room Of The Future  (in Danish only)…