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Innovative Learning Spaces SIG workshop explores “What does learning look like?”

What does learning look like?

Do you wonder "What learning looks like?" Join our workshop and explore!

    In this workshop we invite you into an ongoing research project, to think about connections between the designed environment and learning activity. This will provide you with insights in to how teaching and learning practices can be embedded into learning spaces.  This will be followed by an exciting activity where the facilitators with invite all audience, including you, to embark upon exploring a  method for analysing what productive learning actually looks like and how it can support you in your work.

    This very intriguing and hands-on workshop is facilitated by two Learning Spaces experts: Dr Pippa Yeoman in the Sydney School of Education and Social Work and Dr Stephanie Wilson in the University of Sydney Business School.  


    Please join us on July 4th at 1.30pm for an Innovative Learning Spaces Special Interest Group (SIG) workshop: “What does learning look like?”. This event is part of the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation's Open Forum & SIG Day Out.

    • When: 1.30-3.00 pm the 4th of July 2018
    • Where: The New Law Building, New Law School Seminar 100
    • Registration before June 30 essential:

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