The University of Melbourne on 2nd June 2017, 9am – 5pm.
@Lvl 5, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, 234 Queensberry Street, Parkville, Melbourne
The program included keynote address and 13 papers by emerging researchers in the field of learning environments and will explore:
- How well are teachers making this transition?
- Are these spaces facilitating any improvement in teaching practices?
- What evidence exists that these spaces are improving student experiences and learning?
- What is needed to help teachers better utilise space as one of their pedagogic tools?
A section of presentations is available below:
- Scott Alterator – Teacher adaptation to ILEs: Identifying key skills for teachers in 21st century ILEs. We’re going through a phase
- Chris Bradbeer – Into the great wide open: Navigating teacher opportunity, agency and structure in a collaborative ILE
- Janet Buchan – Learning without boundaries: Reconceptualising the curriculum in Innovative Learning Environments
- Terry Byers – What does teaching and learning look like in different classroom environments?
- Tamara Jones – Mitigating perceptions of risk and improving impact in ILE
- Emily Nelson – Socio-spatial entanglements
- Vicky Leighton – Teaching space
- Suzanne Trask – Reconstructing senior science education in flexible learning spaces
- Anna Peterson – Inhabiting Educational Design – Intentions Tensions Implications
Now into its 4th year, the International LEaRN Graduate Research Symposium recognises that graduate researchers bring a wealth of practical experience and new thinking. Registration is open to all and includes a copy of all papers presented.
Participant Feedback survey is here.
Previous research symposia organised by the LEaRN team:
- 2016 What’s working
- 2015 Terrains
Information for Presenters