Innovative learning environments and teacher change
Grant number: LP150100022 | Funding period: 2016 - 2020
This project aims to bridge a gap between the educational potential of innovative learning environment designs, and their actual performance. Currently, multi-modal technology-enabled spaces are not producing demonstrable benefits for students. Many teachers resist altering their mindset about how students learn effectively in these spaces and thus how teachers should teach differently. The project aims to work with schools, government and industry to analyse the relationships between quality teaching and effective use of innovative learning environments. The new understanding gained through the project is expected to guide developments in pedagogy, policy and design and to produce strategie..View full description
Related publications (9)
Viewing the transition to innovative learning environments through the lens of the burke-litwin model for organizational performance and change
Raechel French, Marian Mahat, Thomas Kvan, Wesley Imms
Abstract: Recent history has seen many schools shift from their original purpose of standardization and facts to focus on soft ski..
Actualising the affordances of innovative learning environments through co-creating practice change with teachers
Fiona Young, Dion Tuckwell, Benjamin Cleveland
Emerging research shows teachers and architects perceive higher numbers of affordances for learning in innovative learning environ..
The ‘state of play’ concerning New Zealand’s transition to innovative learning environments: Preliminary results from phase one of the ILETC project
C Bradbeer, M Mahat, T Byers, B Cleveland, T Kvan, W Imms
Driven by international trends and government policy, it is a requirement for all newly built schools in New Zealand to be designe..