Innovative Learning Environments

From Term 1 2017, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F-10. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.

For more information on the curriculum, see:
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 - VCAA

Adrian Camm*

In this keynote address Adrian challenges the audience to stretch their thinking about the global learning space a little bit further.

Cheltenham Secondary College*

School leaders talk about how their Learning Futures program is personalising learning for Year 8 students in an ICT-rich, flexible open learning space.

Julia Atkin

In this keynote Julia Aitkin sets the scene for the Innovative Learning Environment Expo by exploring what she sees as the main challenge around learning spaces - how do they make more powerful learning and teaching possible?

Maldon Primary School*

Hear about this school’s approach to creating a vibrant and flexible environment where student-centred spaces encourage active learning and create increased school connectedness.

Michael Fullan*

“Change savvy” leadership is required to transform the system to one that will ensure all students are equipped to thrive in the 21st century. This keynote gives you tips on how that might be achieved.

Net School – Bendigo Senior Secondary College*

This off campus classroom aims to re-engage young people who are outside mainstream schooling and provide them with a new direction.

Students and Paul Meldrum*

Students reflect on what they saw and heard at an Innovative Learning Environment Expo, how these new environments help them learn in different ways and the importance of personalised learning.

Yea High School*

The new learning spaces created at Yea supported their philosophy of the school as a community of learners.

*Recorded at one of a series of Department-run Innovative Learning Environment Expos held in 2010.

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