Discusses new visions of learning and how educators and architects are creating three-dimensional textbooks that use the learning environment as a teaching tool. Suggests that there is a current revolution in education that requires the design of schools to be rethought. Examines the planning process known as architectural programming, wherein the community and those who will occupy a building are consulted in order to determine developmental needs, aesthetic preferences, and desired climate. Explores the challenge of translating goals that are established for the learners into an architecture that is a true learning environment.
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