Designing Innovative Learning Environment： Based on the OECD’s Framework
Developing students^ 21 st-century competencies requires us to rethink how to design learning more rationally. Through interpreting and understanding the “ 7 + 3 ” learning environment design framework proposed by OECD， this paper aims to offer a kind of practical scaffolding to design an innovative learning environment for educators. The “1 + 3” framework believes that a learning environment is organic and holistic，including the learning process and the environment in which learning occurs •，it is an ecosystem that includes learning activities and the outcomes of learning. To be specific， designing innovative learning environment ought to follow 7 learning principles， including ：make learning and engagement central; view learning as social and often best done collaboratively; be highly attuned to learners， emotions; reflect individual differences; be demanding for all while avoiding overload; use broad assessments and feedback; and promote horizontal connectedness. Additionally， there are three fundamental areas of innovation the pedagogical core， learning leadership， and partnerships. The pedagogical core is at the heart of learning environment， which consists of four main elements ： learners ( who^ ) ， educators ( with whom^ ) ， content (what^) and resources ( with what^) . These four elements are dynamically interdependent. Therefore， innovation of all elements is of importance， that is， regrouping teachers and learners，rescheduling learning time more flexible，as well as innovating pedagogical approaches are all the ways to implementing innovation. Shaping formative organization through learning leadership is the second aspect of the innovation. Learning leadership is a kind of collaborative activity，involving the engagement of teachers，learners，expert and others beyond the school，and it should be evidence-informed， which is critical for positive change. Partnerships are also of significance， for innovative learning environment has its complexity， and an endeavor of the 21st-century learning environment， should look outwards and avoid isolation. Families， communities and other agencies are extending and blurring the boundaries of where learning takes place. Generally，if we intend to design innovative learning environments，it’s essential to consider the multiple roles of technology，to facilitate teachers’ collaboration and professional development，as well as to integrate the resources of various disciplines.
|關鍵詞||学习组织、创新性学习环境、学习原则、创新维度、learning organizations、innovative learning environment、learning principles、dimensions of innovation、CSSCI|