Director, Bradfield Senior College
3:40 PM CASE STUDY: Building Co-created Spaces in the Pursuit of Individual Academic Excellence and Experiential Learning
Bradfield Senior College is one of the first coeducational high schools established within The Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE. As part of the new Learning and Innovation Campus, its learning spaces offers the latest technologies and designs to allow students to combine their school programs with certificate courses through pathways provided by TAFE. In this session, Director Meredith Melville- Jones reflects on the considerations for building a TAFE- College partnership and the college’s successes in catering for the students.
- Benefits of a TAFE- College spatial layout and its impact on student education and work skill authenticity
- Empirical metrics that support student development through the implementation of a unique learning environment
- Bringing students into the industry and campuses as an strategic approach to enhance students’ real-world skills
- What sort of things could the educational sector be doing to enhance the school-college- community- TAFE- university partnerships?