The Teacher Transition Survey has been extended until 22 August to allow teachers more time to participate. This survey will provide information that is not currently available and help us develop resources to support teachers use of innovative learning spaces.
The aim of the survey is to understand educators’ perspectives on their transition from traditional learning spaces into more innovative learning environments. The questions ask about the types of spaces educators have worked in, the impact of physical spaces on their teaching and what is important in supporting them transitioning from traditional to more innovative spaces.
This survey will help to inform subsequent policy, pedagogical and practical implications on school design and teacher professional development. The data will also help the project develop resources for teachers to effectively use learning spaces in schools to affect student learning.
Further information about the survey is available here.