Teaching and Learning in Innovative Learning Environments: Findings from New Research in Australia and New Zealand

Time: 12:00 - 12:20

Date: Wednesday 17 October

20181017 12:00 20181017 12:20 Europe/London Teaching and Learning in Innovative Learning Environments: Findings from New Research in Australia and New Zealand

While physical spaces in schools do contribute to a quality education there is limited evidence that links the types of spaces, how teachers use them and student outcomes.   A major Australian research study is underway at The University of Melbourne focussing on supporting teachers to develop skills and knowledge to maximise the potential of learning… Read more »

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Synopsis

While physical spaces in schools do contribute to a quality education there is limited evidence that links the types of spaces, how teachers use them and student outcomes.   A major Australian research study is underway at The University of Melbourne focussing on supporting teachers to develop skills and knowledge to maximise the potential of learning spaces. The project leader, A/Professor Wesley Imms will present findings from the project including survey data on the types of learning spaces in Australian and New Zealand schools, how spaces can positively impact learning and plans to develop resources to support teachers and school designers.

Speakers

  • Professor Wesley Imms Associate Professor of Education - Director of the University of Melbourne's Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN)

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