Survey Invitation: Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change
Researchers from The University of Melbourne are conducting a survey in Australia and New Zealand as part of the Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) project. This project asks the question, Can altering teacher mind frames unlock the potential of innovative learning environments? Its goal is to build knowledge and mechanisms that help teachers maximise the pedagogic potential of the spaces within which they teach. ILETC is funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC), The New Zealand Ministry of Education and 16 other partner organisations.
In 2016 many NZ educators completed a short survey that allowed the building of valuable baseline information about the use of ILEs in New Zealand. Results of that survey are available at http://www.iletc.com.au/publications/reports/.
You are invited to complete a short online survey that asks you questions about what helps or hinders your transition into ILE types of learning spaces. The survey takes about 8 minutes to complete. The survey is available here and further information about the survey is available here, or please cut and paste this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/ILETC2.
Thank you for considering participation in the survey.
Contact: Steve Lamb
(027) 421 9061
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Neurodiversity Celebration Week
Students who think and learn differently have many strengths and talents. Yet at school they are often made to feel like failures. Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022 invites schools to recognize the advantages of being neurodiverse by celebrating the many strengths and talents of neurodivergent students. Join 1,450 schools and over 880,000 students from around the world by registering to take part in Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022 at www. Neurodiversity-Celebration-Week.com.
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