THE THIRD TEACHER Reflection 1. Aletheia School in Argentina is considered innovative because they redefined the use of the classrooms and the patio, which are full of huge boxes filled with materials, like cardboard, markers, glue, but also sticks, stones, empty yoghurt pots and nuts and bolts that bring learning to life. Using this school as a reference, in your view, why is space (classrooms, corridors, patio, etc.) important for a student's educational journey? Remember to use your artistic flare. It sparks students' curiosity and imagination and encourage involvement in learning. Spaces provide broadens opportunities for social mobility, and contributes student motivation and innovation. It helps students to express language It helps students to have qualitative evaluation to life Students usually become critical analysts Spaces awakens creativity and expression as they incorporate content of the curriculum Provides rooms for exhibitions Gives students room to document,draw,photograph and record their activities Spaces makes project-based learning easier 2. When was the last time there was a change in the layout of spaces and furnishings at your school, and what was the change? Whose idea, was it? Why was it necessary to change? Was it beneficial? When -In 2018 Change in the layout – Change took place at the computer lab in terms of furniture arrangement and the use of interactive white board Installation internet access points in classes Whose idea, was it? College administration Why was it necessary to change? To accommodate more students To curb copying during practical exams To encourage online learning, research and collaboration. Was it beneficial? Yes 1. How do you feel about having to make changes in the spaces at your school? This results into student knowledge retention Student –lecturer ratio is low Student -teaching aid ratio is low Practice 2. Let’s put this into practice. The following photographs show a school cafeteria. Based on what you have read, how could you use this space for learning? What changes would you like to make in order to make this cafeteria into a learning space? Surprise us with your creative and artistic flare!