New Generation Learning Space Design 2019
Maximising Learning and Teaching Outcomes through the Delivery of Flexible and Technology Enabled Educational Environments
Modern pedagogies, advanced technologies and student expectations are influencing universities to transform learning spaces to allow more flexibility and interactivity.
With this in mind the 2019 New Generation Learning Space Design Summit will have a strong strategy focus on how IQPC can maximise its learning and teaching outcomes by delivering flexible and technology enabled educational environments.
The challenge is- with the pace our digital environment and learning styles radically evolving- to stay ahead and remain competitive.
The key themes to be explored:
- Coordinating innovative technology learning tools into modern pedagogies
- Adapting, planning, and designing purposefully built online and offline learning spaces
- Ensuring new generation learning is improving student outcomes by utilising evidence-based data and analytics
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching
Strategic Advisor, Learning Environments
Educational Designer Technologist
University of Sydney
Academic Director, Education Innovation
Director STEMM Precinct Program Development
University of Melbourne
Engage in a range of exciting networking opportunities with senior decision markers who are currently transforming their learning spaces within Australia.
Develop your understanding of the current design, technology and cirriculum strategies and learn how to implement them in your organisation.
Benefit from two in-depth workshops and an exclusive site-tour to get a hands on pracitical experience of what a 21st century learning space looks like.
Discover insights, case studies and strategies from different industries involved in overcoming limitations / restrictions and implementing new learning spaces.
Who Will You Meet?
Heads, Managers of:
- Teaching & Learning
- Educational Development
- Facility Management / Planning
- Deans / Heads of Faculty
- Senior Lecturers / Lecturer
From the following sectors and industries:
- TAFE / Colleges
- Government Bodies
- Architects / Designers
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