Learning and Teaching in Innovative Learning Environments


This online, self-paced course supports teachers as they initiate and teach in innovative learning environments (ILEs) in their own schools.

Participants will work through six modules addressing practical strategies for enhancing learner engagement, collaboration and deep learning in ILEs.

They will explore the role of digital technologies and flexible learning spaces and consider how using these tools in ILEs might enhance student learning outcomes in their own school context.

Learning activities are practical and applied, encouraging participants to trial new teaching practices in their own ILE and reflect on their practice with a school-based supervisor.

This course is ideal for teachers who are learning to implement new contemporary learning and teaching practices in existing, refurbished and new schools.

Time 8 hours
Delivery mode Online (self-paced)
Audience K-12 teachers
Prior knowledge No prior knowledge required

Components

By completing the course, participants will:

  • understand the nature and value of ILEs;
  • understand how students can learn in ILEs;
  • develop a repertoire of teaching strategies that facilitate student learning in ILEs;
  • reflect on their own teaching practice, considering how it might be adapted to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes in ILEs; and
  • design new, evidence-informed activities for use in their own ILE.

'Learning and Teaching in Innovative Learning Environments' is currently classified as 'Elective PL' by NESA. It is designed for alignment with standards 3.3.2, 3.6.2, 6.2.2, and 6.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

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