TASMANIA: Workshop & Presentation: Teacher Collaboration In Innovative Learning Environments

  • 31 October 2019
  • 3:00 PM
  • Sustainability Learning Centre, 50 Olinda Grove, Mt Nelson 7007

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Learning Environments Australasia and the Department of Education Tasmania invite you to a free workshop and presentation by Chris Bradbeer, Chair of Learning Environments Australasia.

The idea that teachers will be working collaboratively presents as an implicit and often under-emphasized aspect of the shift into an Innovative Learning Environment. As teachers we may well have worked closely with our colleagues in the past, and think of ourselves as ‘collaborative’, so how might this work be any different?


This workshop will explore some of the opportunities and challenges experienced by schools and teachers (as well as a few possible responses), as they make this transition into new space. It will draw on experiences from a series of recent research case-studies, experience at Stonefields School, in Auckland, a small amount of theory, and participant’s own experiences. Come prepared to dialogue and share.


Come and join us for a workshop followed by a networking opportunity with light refreshments.


Chris Bradbeer is a Research Fellow (part time), on The Innovative Learning Environments & Teacher Change Project 2016- 2019 being run by The University of Melbourne, an Associate Principal at Stonefields School in Auckland, Chair of Learning Environments Australasia, and currently completing a PhD focusing on the nature of collaborative teacher practices in Innovative Learning Environments in New Zealand.


Admission is free. The tour will be followed by networking and light refreshments. 

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