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ILEs in a senior secondary setting

What happens when a senior school environment steeped in traditional learning practices and pressured by expectations of the profession and community builds an ILE to house the entire English program?  A guest post by...

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What is curated learning?

Guest post by Ethel Villafranca, PhD candidate, Melbourne Graduate School of Education and ILETC project team member. It is quite common to hear and read the word ‘curated’ these days. The title ‘curator’ is...

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New school old school

Our project features in a new exhibition of University of Melbourne research launched today.  Made possible by Melbourne features 14 world changing research projects selected from across the University. The exhibition includes interactive exhibits at...

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New age classrooms news story

Wes Imms appeared on Channel 9 News tonight (28/10) speaking about the impact learning spaces can have on student learning.  We have just commenced our survey of over 6000 schools across Australia and New Zealand to...

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Survey now open

We are conducting a survey of principals in New Zealand, NSW, QLD and ACT government schools and Catholic schools in the Diocese of Parramatta to find out what types of learning environments are out there and...

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NZ workshops for teachers

The project is keen to connect with teachers and listen to their experiences of teaching in innovative learning environments.  We are holding two workshops in New Zealand in November. While workshops are now full,...

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New video

For teachers new learning spaces present both opportunities and challenges because they require new ways of teaching, interacting and organisation. Are teachers using these new spaces to their full potential?…This short video introduces our...

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Changing the shape of teaching

In a new article out today (Monday 29 August) Lead CI Wes Imms tells of his experience as a primary school student that highlighted how significant a teacher’s use of the classroom space can be. As a...