Featured | September 22, 2016

‘What’s working?’ – Symposium video links now available

WHAT’S WORKING?: 2016 LEaRN INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM Session One: New Generation Learning Environment and Evaluation Teaching Practice Session 1 – Presentations Session 1 – Discussion Session Two: Using Evaluation to Understand Spatial Affordance Session 2 – Presentations Session 2 – Discussion Session Three: Gaining Evidence on Pedagogy and Space Session 3 – Presentations Session […]

Featured | September 1, 2016

Loreto Mandeville Centre Tour

As part of our most recent PhD workshop, the E21LE team attended the A4LE Vic Chapter Tour of the Loreto Mandeville Centre. The Mandeville Centre recently received the AIA Victorian Architecture Award for Educational Architecture. It was wonderful to be able to look around this recently completed facility and hear from the architects and staff […]

Featured | September 1, 2016

Terry Byers – PhD success

We are pleased to announce that earlier this week we received news that Terry Byers passed his PhD examination. Terry is a valued member of our team, and we are pleased to see recognition being given to the enthusiasm, dedication, and rigour that he brings to his work. Terry’s research is a valuable asset to […]

Featured, Plublication, Uncategorized | August 18, 2016

BOOK RELEASE: Evaluating Learning Environments – Snapshots of Emerging Issues, Methods and Knowledge

  We are pleased to announce the launch of our new book, ‘Evaluating Learning Environments: Snapshots of Emerging Issues, Methods and Knowledge’, edited by Wesley Imms, Benjamin Cleveland, and Kenn Fisher.  This book is now available through Sense publishers, or by contacting the E21LE team. The recent trend in innovative school design has provided exciting […]

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What is E21LE?

Following many years of intense development of what are being called ‘new generation learning environments’, critical analysis of research on these educational spaces highlights that little rigorous assessment of their educative value exists. E21LE will address that gap, through the development and testing of three complementary multidisciplinary evaluation strategies for learning environments.

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