Registration OPEN for the 6th Regional Day Out, Melbourne
Explore best practice and future trends in inner urban learning at the 6th Regional Day Out.
Join us in Melbourne on Friday November 16 to drill down into the rise of Inner Urban Learning Environments.
In light of vertical schools, higher education and corporate learning settings gaining prominence in inner urban areas, what strategies can best support learning in Australia’s largest cities and regional towns?
And with rapid urban intensification placing pressure on educational facility provision, what knowledge can be gained from recent initiatives, including recently built learning environments in inner Melbourne?
Tours include South Melbourne Primary School, LCI Art & Design School, Arts West
- Keynote address by Alistair Leighton, Director, Brilliant Cities, AECOM
- Q&A with a panel of leading inner urban education leaders, faciltated by Maxine McKew
- Selected tours of landmark educational facilities including 2017 LEA Regional Award winner, Arts West at The University of Melbourne
- Tour and evening drinks at South Melbourne Primary School, the first vertical school developed by the State of Victoria
Members $240 + GST, non-members $295 + GST, students $195 + GST (limited availability).
All registrations include 2 site tours, brunch, snacks and networking drinks.
The day begins at 9am at The Pavilion at Melbourne's iconic Arts Centre. Early afternoon site tours will depart to all corners of the city, before converging on South Melbourne Primary School for a tour and networking drinks until 5.30pm.
LEA members are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting at 5.30pm.
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Photos: Dianna Snape (South Melbourne Primary School), Christine Francis (LCI School of Art & Design) John Gollings (Arts West)
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Hosted by Learning Environments Australasia's Victorian Chapter