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Karen De Roeck (Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen - Henry Van de Velde Instituut - 1e Master - docenten Lieven Achtergael en Nick Ceulemans)

In Belgium some schools within the city centre enroll less pupils each year, while the schools on the outskirts see a dramatic rise in number of pupils, here a clustering is necessary. Today there are also changing teaching methods and educational approaches. In recent years, for example, much more attention is going to group work, independent work as well as internships in companies outside the school. These processes bring forward a typological shift: The hermatically closed school of the nineteenth century is no more. It has been replaced by an “open school” that has to communicate with its environment.

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