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Inspiring innovative play-based learning at St Anthony PS, ACT
The ACT Chapter visited St Anthony Primary School’s Early Learning Centre on November 13 to view the setting and programs the centre provides to their students and families around play-based learning....
Published: Wednesday 28 November 2018
Learning the path to a "No Waste" future - ACT Material Recycling Facility
The ACT Chapter visited the ACT Government's Material Recycling Facility at Hume on the 26 September to immerse ourselves and our members into recycling and waste management. It incorporates contemp...
Published: Tuesday 30 October 2018
New Centre for Innovation and Learning is a hit with students at Caroline Chisholm School
It is estimated that 75% of the fastest growing occupations require skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The Caroline Chisholm School, Centre for Innovation and Learni...
Published: Tuesday 28 August 2018
Momentum builds for the ACT Chapter
Our ACT Chapter moves from strength to strength, building on its 2016 success with bigger plans for 2017 and a hunt for new committee members. As the newest Chapter of Learning Environments Australas...
Published: Friday 10 March 2017
St John Paul II College Tour & "Most Likely To Succeed" Screening
The newly created ACT Chapter had its first event of 2016 on the evening of Thursday 19 May - a tour of St John Paul II College in Gungahlin and a screening of the documentary feature film "Most Likel...
Published: Monday 4 July 2016
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