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Read all about it

We have produced an 8 page foldout brochure to introduce the project.  It provides an overview of the research goals, activities, team and opportunities for schools to get involved. It is available in hardcopy, online...

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New books

Two new books, edited by LEaRN researchers, are now available featuring new research in the evaluation and development of learning environments. Each book is a peer reviewed collection of papers contributed by Australian and...

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Official launch

We welcomed a distinguished panel of education researchers, John Hattie, Julia Atkin and Richard Elmore, to launch our project with a stimulating discussion on the future of education and the potential of teachers use...

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Fulbright Scholar joining project team

Project What are the characteristics of a successful transition by teachers from a traditional space to an innovative learning environment? While a new or renovated school is being constructed, there is an opportunity to utilize change leadership and professional development to...

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LEaRN International Research Symposium 3rd June, 2016

On 3rd June the E21LE project is holding an international graduate research symposium: ‘What’s working? Informing education theory, design and practice through learning environment evaluation – Informing education theory, design and practice through learning environment evaluation’....

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Learning Space Design Conference, 3 & 4 May, Sydney

The Learning Space Design Conference – Aligning teaching & learning pedagogies to 21st century learning environments will feature keynotes, workshops and presentations by leading researchers, educators and designers in the field of learning environments, including our...

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Does space make a difference?

Terry Byers, Anglican Church Grammar School and Wes Imms, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, conducted a longitudinal study as part of the E21LE project– the New Generation Learning Spaces project, which focused on providing...