Learning Space Design
Connecting technology, pedagogy and space to improve learning outcomes
The NSW government has committed $1billion to re-design learning spaces, whether it is purpose building new schools, specific facilities or rejuvenating ageing learning environments; learning space design has become a priority in order to ensure long term sustainability.
STEM skills are increasingly recognised as crucial to future jobs so learning spaces need to facilitate the development of these core skills. Learning environments and teaching methods need to evolve to match the pedagogy to the learning space in order to drive 21st century skills.
This conference focuses on creating innovative learning spaces that support problem solving, inquiry and project based learning.
"Schools built for tomorrow need to provide our children with flexible and connected learning environments."
– NSW Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli, February 2015
Who will attend?
-50% Principals, Deputy and Assistant Principals, Heads of School
-30% Directors of Teaching and Learning and Learning Innovation
-10% Heads of Strategy and Planning
-5% Business Managers
-5% Property, Campus and FacilitiesManagers
Standard: AUD 1699
Golden Ticket (Conference + 3 Workshops SAVE $1000): AUD 2196
Speakers: Terry Byers, Jayne Heath, Jake Plaskett, Lynne Goodwin, Ron Bamford, Belinda Kelly, Peter Clarke, Belinda Kelly, Peter Clarke, Cathy Young, Jonathon Walter, Dr Alec O'Connell, Peter Allen, Philip Idle, Sylvia Corish, Prof Wesley Imms, Stephanie gaspari, Brother Patrick Howlett, Peter Crawley, Melinda Bright, Andrew Syme, Dr Alan Campbell, Phillippa Cleaves, Matthew O'Brien, Richard Leonard