Going Beyond Flexibility: Maximising Student Personalisation through Flexible Learning Styles and Spaces
In this presentation from the New Generation Learning Space Design Summit 2018 Alexander Mayer, Student Ambassador at the University of New South Wales explores;
- The transformation of learning spaces within the Faculty of Engineering and Business and its impact on his education
- His personal reflection on personalized learning: how it has affected his student experiences and is this strategy we should all adopt?
- Using ViMine for personalised education objectives- a mining project tool allowing accessible by students
- Assess how personalized and flexible learning spaces have given her a voice, and choice in what, how, when and where to learn
Focusing on Western Sydney University’s First Vertical Campuses as Improved and Engaging New Generation Learning Spaces
In this presentation from the New Generation Learning Space Design Summit 2018 Denise Kirkpatrick PhD (Teaching and Learning), Masters of Education Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President (Academic) Western Sydney University explores;
- Campus Developments as strategic approaches to produce engaged and industry-ready students
- Taking a look inside the Parramatta Vertical Campus’s highly interactive, digitally-infused studios to promote group-based learning
- The Liverpool Vertical Campus Case Study: what to expect?
In this presentation from the New Generation Learning Space Design Summit 2018 Michael James Keppell Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching at Taylor’s University explores;
- Pedagogy, space and technology: What’s new? How have the three elements evolved? How do they all relate
- Swinburne University of Technology Learning Space Case Study
- European Learning space Case study
- Malaysian University Case Study
Design for Delivery: Designing Innovative and Collaborative Learning Environments to Enable Students’ Development of Soft Skills and Resilience
In this presentation from the New Generation Learning Space Design Summit 2018 Dr Gordon Howell Director Learning Environments and Technological Services at Queensland University of Technology explores;
- Making the shift- implementing digital and flexible education strategies to enable student soft skills
- Retro-fitting existing spaces to create agile and flexible learning environments
- Strategies to achieve better future-proof learning spaces
- Observing the relationships between of space utilisation and student achievements
- Where are we going with the physical spaces?