LEA WEBINAR Series - NZ Chapter. The importance of learning environment research: what’s known & what’s next

  • 22 September 2020
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (NZST)
  • On-Line Virtual Event


The importance of learning environment research: what’s known & what’s next

 

  Why is researching learning environments so necessary?

  What are the challenges?

  What are the rewards?

  How can the research be applied in practice?


Join us for an hour, with a range of New Zealanders who grapple with the knotty questions  about the intersection of education and the built environment, and also get a glimpse at  what’s coming down the research pipeline.

 

Speakers include John Everatt, University of Canterbury (School of Teacher Education); Louise Starkey, Victoria University of Wellington (education and design faculties) and Robyn Phipps, Massey University (School of Built Environment).


Other representatives of Canterbury, Massey and Victoria universities will contribute their expert knowledge during this session.


MC: Craig Cliff, Senior Policy Manager – Research & Development, Education Infrastructure Service at the New Zealand Ministry of Education 


Download more information about the speakers here.


The webinar will conclude with a Q & A session.


The Link to the webinar will be supplied to all registrants closer to the event.  Please register here first


This webinar is free to all LEA members and friends.


Note - this event is being run by LE NZ and time differences apply - 5.30pm NZT; 3.30pm AEST


In New Zealand, Registered Architects will be awarded 15 CPD points for attendance of this online event.



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