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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...

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Job vacancy – Closing Sunday 10th April

The ILETC project is currently recruiting for the key role of Research Fellow Lvl B, (part time .8 FTE) fixed term for 4 years.  The position will be based with the project team at The...

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Project update no.1 March 2016

The project initiation stage is almost complete, with finalisation of all partner agreements expected in the coming weeks. To date the project team have been working hard to establish key positions and project infrastructure....

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The Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) project is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project funded for 4 years from 2016-2019. It brings together the expertise of leading researchers in education and...

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ILETC Welcome

Australasian educators and their industry partners are going to explore how space enhances teaching The University of Melbourne’s Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN) is partnering schools in NSW, Queensland, the ACT, Victoria and...