Learning and leading with digital
A core role of digital technology in schools is to enhance the student’s learning experience while building on the relationship with teachers. Here are some examples of how our learning spaces are evolving.
The eight spaces showcased have been developed for future-focused learning and highlight different ways in which learning occurs.
The following video is interactive. Simply click on the prompt at each stage to read more about a learning space. Press 'Resume video' to continue.
You can also view the eight different types of learning spaces by scrolling below.
This page ends with a 360 experience of what learning spaces can look like with the technology we have access to today.
Learning on a large scale – Virtual group assembly
Learning together – Collaboration at school
Self-directed learning – Inside the school
Self-directed learning – Outside the school
Learning from visiting experts – Incursions
Learning by visiting experts – Excursions
Direct learning – Inside the school
Direct learning – Inside and outside the school
Learning spaces today
The department’s Technology 4 Learning (T4L) team comprises innovators, ICT experts, teachers and other specialists that support teachers, students and schools with the best technology and advice to create the learning spaces of the future. Here the T4L team demonstrate some of the technology that is already available to schools to help build these exciting new spaces.
Read the transcript of the Learning spaces today 360 video.
To find out more about these technologies and how they can assist you develop your learning spaces, head to T4L’s virtual expo.