LATICE Symposium
Dr Kelli McGraw
Faculty of Education – QUT
Email: kelli.mcgraw@qut.edu.au
Blog: kellimcgraw.com
Affordances of the room
• Space to move
• Flexible design
• Digital resources &
environments on hand
Take away: you must c...
Primordial learning spaces
• Camp Fire
• Watering Hole
• Cave
Take away: your classroom is not one homogenous space.
Imper...
Inquiry learning models
Take away: inquiry learning tends to utilise individual
work in ‘the cave’. PBL can guide your ado...
Final thoughts
Utilise group stations
Organically draw on technologies –
physical & digital
More on PBL:
Buck Institute ...
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LATICE Symposium - July 2013

  1. 1. LATICE Symposium Dr Kelli McGraw Faculty of Education – QUT Email: kelli.mcgraw@qut.edu.au Blog: kellimcgraw.com
  2. 2. Affordances of the room • Space to move • Flexible design • Digital resources & environments on hand Take away: you must change your pedagogy for these affordances to be maximised
  3. 3. Primordial learning spaces • Camp Fire • Watering Hole • Cave Take away: your classroom is not one homogenous space. Imperative to consider activities that purposefully use this space.
  4. 4. Inquiry learning models Take away: inquiry learning tends to utilise individual work in ‘the cave’. PBL can guide your adoption of collaborative learning tasks. • Inquiry learning (research based) • Project based learning (‘PBL’) offers a different pedagogical direction
  5. 5. Final thoughts Utilise group stations Organically draw on technologies – physical & digital More on PBL: Buck Institute for Education http://www.bie.org/ Pedagogical patterns for digital technologies: QUT ‘DRAW’project https://wiki.qut.edu.au/display/draw/Home
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