'Innovative Spaces and Pedagogy' - University of Melbourne subject offered Semester 2, 2012.

Published: Wednesday 23 May 2012

What do innovative learning environments look like? How can innovative spaces best be utilised by students and teachers? Can collaboration between teachers and designers improve learning environments and pedagogical approaches?

EDUC90728 Innovative Spaces and Pedagogy is a Master of Education subject that has been co-developed with Architecture and can be undertaken as part of a higher degree or as a ‘one-off’ subject with the university’s Community Access Program (CAP). A full description is available in the university’s course handbook at: https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/view/2012/EDUC90728

This exciting subject will tackle a variety of issues during four ‘intensive’ weekend sessions during Semester 2, 2012. Co-taught by Education and Architecture staff, the activities will include a site visit to an exemplar school, to an architecture studio, and hands-on design and pedagogy workshops. MEd and MArch students will work in collaborate teams developing mutual understandings that make effective the design, occupancy and pedagogical use of innovative learning spaces.

SESSION DETAILS Session 1: July Fri 27th (5-7pm) & Sat 28th (10-3pm) Session 2: August Fri 3rd (5-7pm) & Sat 4th (10-3pm) Session 3: August/September Fri 31st (5-7pm) & Sat 1st (10-3pm) Session 4: OctoberFri 12th (5-7pm) & Sat 13th (10-3pm)

For further enquiries please contact the subject coordinators: Dr Wesley Imms (Education) 8344 8783 mailto:wesleyi@unimelb.edu.au or Clare Newton (Architecture) mailto:c.newton@unimelb.edu.au