Talking Spaces 6: What Works? Two Day Event at University of Melbourne, August 6th & 7th

Published: Thursday 17 July 2014

Talking Spaces 6. Learning Environment Evaluation: What Works?

Via a series of keynote presentations, seminars and interactive workshops, Talking Spaces 6 will interrogate the theory, practice and use of 'Learning Environment Evaluation' and explore the question, 'What works?'

In a first for this annual event, a mix of general and streamed sessions will address the issues concerning the evaluation of learning environments in a) schools and universities and b) medical education contexts (see program for details).

Key Event Information
Dates: Wednesday, August 6th & Thursday, August 7th, 2014
Location: Woodward Conference Centre, University of Melbourne, Level 10/185 Pelham Street, Carlton
Program: Please download program
Registration: Click here for online registration
Cost: $350/person for two days

Site visits: (Include) Urwin Centre for Learning, Brighton Grammar School & Western Centre for Health Research and Education, Sunshine Hospital

Who should attend: Educators (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Medical), Architects, Designers, Facility Managers, and others interested in the intersection of physical space, technology, pedagogy and the learner.

Further Information: Please see www.e21le.com or contact Heather Mitcheltree (mhd@unimelb.edu.au)

Previous Talking Spaces have sold out. With limited places available, please register soon to avoid missing out.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an academically rigorous and enjoyable two days!

Talking Spaces 6 is brought to you by the Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN) in collaboration with the Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments (E21LE) ARC Linkage Project.

Please see program for further details.

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