LEaRN's invited presentations at the EduTECH International Congress & Expo 2020

On 9-10 November 2020, LEaRN's researchers have participated in a series of invited presentations at the EduTECH International Congress & Expo. See each of our presentations over the two days, with an introduction by Professor Tom Kvan and a summary on each day by A/Prof Kenn Fisher and A/Prof Clare Newton.

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Day 1 - Innovative learning environments, pedgogy and space

Welcome - Professor Tom Kvan

Change leadership when implementing innovative learning environments - Mark Osborne

Engaging with private companies and schools to evaluate the impact of furniture in classrooms - Dr Julia Morris

Teacher collaborations in Innovative Learning Environments - Chris Bradbeer

Adapting Industry Models to Suit Educational Needs - Raechel French

Affordances: Synchronising pedagogy with place - Fiona Young & Richard Leonard

Slightly Different Angle: Museums and what it offers educational thinking on ILEs - Dr Ethel Villafranca

Summary Day 1: Innovative learning environments, pedgogy and space - A/Prof Kenn Fisher

Day 2 - Community, connections and collaboration

Building Connections: Schools as Community Hubs - Dr Benjamin Cleveland

Building and maintaining partnerships - Joann Cattlin

Sustained collaborative development: Australian Science and Mathematics School - A/Prof Kenn Fisher

Community Connections for Urban Schools: What can we learn from European precedents? - A/Prof Clare Newton

Be(com)ing an engaged citizen - Dr Marian Mahat

Development of the ILETC furniture typology - A/Prof Wesley Imms

Summary Day 2: Community, connections and collaboration - A/Prof Clare Newton

Special Presentation

Moving beyond Innovative Learning Environments to an 'abilities design' concept: Findings from ILETC - A/Prof Wesley Imms

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