Innovative Learning Environments, Mark Osborne
This workshop will use inclusive design and evidence-based principles to guide teachers and school leaders through the process of designing a learning environment that is effective for all learners.
Regardless of whether you're in a purpose-built space, a modified one or a single cell classroom, you'll be able to take these principles and use them.
This hands-on workshop will guide people through a research-led process to build their own to-scale effective learning environments, covering essential considerations such as circulation and traffic flow, adjacencies, learning settings and resources.
Key questions to be explored:
- What evidence is there that ILEs increase outcomes for learners?
- What does research say are the features of a ‘well-designed’ learning environment?
- How can the principles of inclusive design be used to develop an environment that works for all?
- What practical considerations need to be included in order to made the design work?
Bay of Plenty
Contact: Ruth Dalgarno
(09) 83 50912