I have a particular interest in contributing to education design research based on my different experiences in practice and as an education design advisor. Here is an overview of some of the projects I've been involved with recently.

Methods of stakeholder engagement

The Mosaic Approach is a methodology that uses the expertise and perception of young people to draw out their insights in creating meaningful, appropriate and cost effective places for learning.

Read more about the Mosaic Approach research

Learning exchange

I am involved with a project called The Learning Exchange that brings together people from different school infrastructure programmes around the world. Our aim is to learn from each other's past experience as the means to support good practice in school building despite these challenging times.

Read more about the Learning exchange

Lessons learnt in school design

Here's a compilation of the many lessons that I have learnt in school design.

Lessons learnt in school design

Low-cost schools

School design does not need to be expensive, in fact good school design will be economical, efficient and targeted. It can also offer innovative opportunities for learning and building and for engaging and sustaining young people and teachers.

Read more about my research into low-cost schools with my consortium Places and Spaces.

"We are now at a point where we must educate our children in what no one knew yesterday, and prepare our schools for what no one knows yet."

Margaret Mead
American cultural anthropologist

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