Flexible learning space by design
Flexible learning spaces can support contemporary learning and teaching practices that equip our students for their futures.
Many schools and teachers are redesigning learning spaces through the design thinking process to enable future-focused learning and teaching and better reflect the work spaces that students will be entering into.
|Delivery mode||Online (facilitated)|
|Prior knowledge||No prior knowledge required|
- 5 hour face-to-face workshop.
- Explore the impact of different spaces on learning.
- Prototype a learning space and develop evaluation strategies to measure the impact of this space back in your own school context.
- This course is beneficial for a team of teachers/leaders from a schools.
- It would be useful, but not compulsory, to have a space for redesign in mind and bring along dimensions of the space to use in the prototyping activity.
Completing 'Flexible learning space by design' may contribute to NESA accreditation. It was designed to address standards 3.4.2, 4.2.2, 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.