Publications

September 2016

‘What’s working?’ 2016 – Session Videos

Video

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 […]

April 2016

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

Books

  The recent trend in innovative school design has provided exciting places to both learn and teach. New generation learning environments have encouraged educators to unleash responsive pedagogies previously hindered by traditional classrooms, and has allowed students to engage in a variety of learning experiences well beyond the traditional ‘chalk and talk’ common in many […]

April 2016

The Translational Design of Schools: An Evidence-Based Approach to Aligning Pedagogy and Learning Environments

Books

Dr Kenn Fisher’s new book ‘The Translational Design of Schools: An Evidence-Based Approach to Aligning Pedagogy and Learning Environments’ is now available through Sense Publishing. The book examines contemporary research within the emerging, evidence-based translational design approach (EBD) to learning environments research.  For more information, please see the attached flyer. The Translational Design of Schools […]

April 2016

Does the space make a difference?

Research Progress

Anglican Church Grammar School, in partnership with the University of Melbourne’s ‘Learning Environments Applied Research Network’ (LEaRN) and the Australian Research Council ‘Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments’ (E21LE) project evaluated the impact of the physical learning environment on teaching and learning. The partnership focused on providing empirical evidence to determine if the interest and investment in contemporary or innovative learning environments actually had a positive and measurable impact on teaching and learning.

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November 2015

Atrium Edition 29

Newsletter

Research by the E21LE and LEaRN team was recently featured in Atrium. The latest edition of Atrium features an article on the research being conducted by Terry Byers as part of the Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments research project, as well as an article by Ben Cleveland on ‘Researching Effective Learning Spaces’.  To read these […]

September 2015

Terrains 2015

Books Full Publication Listing

A big thank you to all of the Terrains presenters that submitted full papers for review. After a process of editing and review, the Terrains Proceedings are available as a PDF, with print copies available soon. With the proceedings now complete, the E21LE team will begin work shortly on an edited book which stems from […]

September 2015

New generation learning environments: Are students with suboptimal hearing abilities included?

Video

New Generation Learning Environments: Are students with suboptimal hearing abilities included? Published – September 14, 2015 Leanne Rose-Munro, MEd presentation, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne  

August 2015

E21LE 2014 Overview

Research Progress

August 2015

Making the case for space: The effect of classroom layout on teacher and student usage and perceptions of one to one technology

Conference Paper Full Publication Listing

Byers, T. & Imms, W. (2014). Making the case for space: The effect of classroom layout on teacher and student usage and perceptions of one to one technology. Peer-reviewed full paper, published in conference proceedings, pp61-69. Australian Computers in Schools Conference, Adelaide September 30th – October 3rd. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.1849.7288.

August 2015

Improving the (not so) new landscape of teaching and learning

Full Publication Listing Journal Articles (non-peer reviewed)

Cleveland, B & Imms, W. (2015). Improving the (not so) new landscape of teaching and learning. Professional Educator, 14(2).