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WA Chapter - p[r]ep Research Symposium

  • 01 October 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (AWST)
  • University of Notre Dame, 10 Cliff St Fremantle


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Learning Environments Western Australian Chapter invites you to join us for the inaugural LEWA Research Symposium for p[r]ep - postgraduate researchers, educators, and practitioners.

The LEWA p[r]ep symposium on 1 October 2021 will showcase current research, demonstrate impact in practice, and introduce the p[r]ep project framework. Invited speakers will be both students currently undertaking design or education oriented projects at The University of Notre Dame Australia and experienced professionals who conduct research which has an impact in learning environment practice or policy.

The following experts who use research to inform their work will share their methods and knowledge in the field, demonstrating the impact that research can have on practice and policy.

Hannah van Ahlefeld. Policy Analyst and Project Lead,  OECD

Samantha Hall, Principal Director, Campus Intuition

Griffin Longley, CEO, NaturePlayWA

We will hear from current research students at The University of Notre Dame Australia share their projects which fall within both design and education oriented fields and offer a diverse perspective into academic research opportunities.

Rachel Tindall (PhD candidate) Architecture and Children’s Movement in Learning Environments.

Michael Philips (M. Phil pre-candidacy) Design-build Discussions: Constructing narratives in educational design-build.

Elia Ebrahimi Salari (PhD candidate) Vertical Schools in Hot Climates; an Integrated Approach to Resilient Design in Mediated Spaces

Rebecca Mola (PhD candidate) Nature play and creativity: Primary school teachers creatively involving students in STEM projects within nature settings

These presentations will inspire LEWA members to see the possibilities available within learning environment research and how it can be used to inform practices of learning, teaching, and design within learning environments.

All are welcome and refreshments will be provided!

Registration is free.

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