Meet the "must-know" Mette Kynne Fransden & explore a STEM Australian first
One of our most anticipated Transformance keynotes is Mette Kynne Fransden.
As CEO of Henning Larsen, Mette has been named one of The 30 Must-Know Women Architects and Top 100 Female Executive in Denmark.
With design, strategic planning, and research, Henning Larsen creates learning spaces that not only increase students’ learning abilities, but become drivers of economic growth and innovation.
Through a series of case studies, Mette will address how educational institutions can "give back" both socially and economically to a community. She will demonstrate that the relationship between educational institutions and their context is key to designing successful learning spaces.
Explore an Australian first at Cecil Andrews College's STEM Workshop
Photo: Rob Frith
What better way to explore Western Australia's Pathways to Technology Pilot Program than inside the first STEM Centre in a Australian public school?
Cecil Andrews College's "P-Tech" Pilot develops the 21st Century student skills within flexible learning spaces, and supported by innovative teaching. Find out how the College integrates an innovative curriculum in collaboration with business, industry and tertiary partners such as Austal Australia, Datacom, Civmec and Deloitte.
This is an exceptional opportunity to see a highly successful STEM Centre and curriculum in action. Choose Tour 20 when you register.
What's in store for Transformance?
Rapid change is disrupting how, what and where people learn.
Join us in Perth from May 28-31 to explore how education and learning spaces can adapt and thrive under exponential change.
Hear from those at the fore of this "transformance":
- MC Ewan McIntosh, NoTosh, UK
- Paul Collard, Creativity, Culture and Education, UK
- Mette Kynne Fransden, Henning Larsen, Denmark
- Professor John Hattie, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Australia
- Francine Houben, Mecanoo architecten, Netherlands
- Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie, Games We Play, Australia
- Dr Wesley Imms, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Australia
- Chris Bradbeer, Stonefields School, New Zealand
- Interactive workshops with Ewan McIntosh and several keynotes;
- Case studies and workshops on masterplanning, creative learning, innovative teaching, vertical and inner city schooling, gaming as a learning tool, landscaping and pedagogy, and the latest research into effective innovative learning environments;
- Tours to Perth's leading learning spaces, including the award-winning Wesley College, Willeton Senior High School and Highgate Primary School;
- The 2019 LEA Awards for Excellence in Educational Facilities at the Annual Conference Dinner, Kings Park;
- Transformance Pecha Kucha;
- One of the strictly limited places on our special pre-conference tour of the South West and Margaret River
Early Bird Registration ends March 31
Save $220 on standard egistration!
(in Australian dollars, GST inclusive)
Members - $1,155
Non-members - $1,485
Full time Students (ID required) - $660
Young Professionals** (see conditions below) - $605
Transformance will be held at the Perth Convention Centre on the awardwinning Elizabeth Quay waterfront (below, photo courtesy MRA).
Special flight offer
We are pleased to announce that our exclusive airline supplier, QANTAS, is offering delegates a discount on domestic flights to and from Perth and free Frequent Flyer membership. Conditions apply, visit the website for more information
We look forward to seeing you at Transformance!
Dani Martin, Eamon Broderick and Paul Edwards
Thank you to our Platinum Sponsors for their ongoing support
**Conditions for Young Professionals registrations:
- Available only during Early Bird registration
- Available only to members
- ID is required when collecting delegate pass from the conference registration desk
- Schools can register two employees under 35 at half price for each full price registration from the same LEA group membership
- Design practices can register two employees under 35 at half price for every two full price member registrations from the same LEA group membership