In this book we have identified many BEP implementation effects, some expected and others less predictable. We also recognise that many effects and outcomes have arisen from altered conditions since the development of the BEP’s original goals nine years ago. In summarising these findings we are particularly interested in focusing again on new knowledge about the relationship between up-scaled learning communities and learning and wellbeing for predominantly low SES students.
- Learning Community
- Traditional Classroom
- Student Wellbeing
- Adaptive Expert
- Teacher Professional Learning
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Prain, V. et al. (2014). New Practices, New Knowledge and Future Implications for Learning in Open-Plan Settings for Low Ses Students. In: , et al. Adapting to Teaching and Learning in Open-Plan Schools. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-824-4_12
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