14 - 15 March, 2019 | Rydges Sydney Central, Sydney, NSW

Kim Flintoff


Coordinator, Learning Futures Network
Curtin University


2:30 PM CASE STUDY: Implementing a Global Challenge-Based Learning Platform to Enhance Connectivity and Educational Development

Utilising all the capabilities of their ‘Challenge Platform’, Curtin University is launching a further evolved digital learning program called ‘Balance of the Planet’. Incorporating gamification and providing additional modules to further credits, this interactive online experience is aligned with learner development and encourages group collaboration.

  • Exploring the development and functions associated with Balance of the Planet and how the project accommodates next generation learning
  • Strategies used to overcome limitations and integration challenges
  • Examining the under-weighing learning analytic systems used to track progress and student involvement

3:50 PM PANEL: Considerations for Learning Space Designs as a Result of New Generation Pedagogy Paradigm Shifts

There are a growing variety of learning styles and opportunities for students today; as we accommodate these styles the pedagogy methods begin to evolve as well as learning environments. In a panel discussion, leaders in the industry explore the considerations that need to be taken into account when moving towards flexible and innovative learning space designs.

  • Highlighting the direction of new Generation Learning space designs as opposed to traditional designs
  • Considerations including adaptability, sustainability, and limitations


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Kim.

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