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Experiential learning final

  1. 1. DesignD i considerations of id i fEXPERIENTIAL LEARNING SPACESVictoria University Learning Space of the Future y g pDavid CD id Cummings iFiona Young
  2. 2. ‘Why‘Why now?’ ?’
  3. 3. Testing Emerging and New PedagogiesIf Victoria University is to be a Global Institution this meanswe have to engage with relevant emerging pedagogies suchas Place Based Learning ( g (Gruenewald, 2003), or Space, , ), p ,place and identity pedagogies (Edwards and Usher, 2000),and to examine how the nature of the context andcharacteristics of knowledge have changed (‘Connectivism’,Siemens, 2006), as well as to continue to test moretraditional pedagogies of constructivism and criticalpedagogies.
  4. 4. “Our children are living in the most intensely Ourstimulating period in the history of the earth…” Sir Ken Robinson
  5. 5. What are the essential core skills all students need to have when theylleave school? h l? Ian Jukes 21st Century Fluency project
  6. 6. 1. Problem Solving2. Creativity3. Think Analytically4. Collaboration4 C ll b ti5 Co5. Communication u ca o6. Ethics, Action and Accountability
  7. 7. Academic visionary workshop
  8. 8. ‘A place to promote and foster Acollaboration, creativity andinterdisciplinary learning’
  9. 9. ‘Why is an experientialspace different? Aren’tall spaces experiential?’ p p
  10. 10. HSC studentEducation StudentBusiness AcademicInterior DesignerUrban DesignerUb D iSet DesignerExhibition D iE hibiti DesignerMusicianWorkplace DesignerArchitectClientInter-disciplinary workshop
  11. 11. nature tidy sculptural y p q quietextreme sensorysecluded active unexpectednon‐precious i clean empty lenclosed extremely cramped l d t l dwhite noisewhite noise raw high ceilings high ceilingsout of scaleout of scale textured busy
  12. 12. workshop library tool kitshed kitchen under a treelab garage beach cupboarddream space field trip ptheatre bedroom courtyard ystudio garden coffee shop coffee shopggallery y abandoned spaces p
  13. 13. 00 0 0 Outdoor Learning Space
  14. 14. ‘How‘Ho do you make e pe iential o experientiallearning spaces?’ spaces?
  16. 16. TP TPTP LCD LCD
  17. 17. Moveable seat rugMoveable Writeable trestle tables Benches Peopleseat / chairs /stoolsstage /Plinth /support t
  18. 18. A LANGUAGES COURSECreating collaborations & connections gwith other universities & countries• School of Education• School of Arts
  19. 19. Using Telepresence to speak to others in different countries
  20. 20. Learning French in a Simulated Parisian Streetside Cafe
  21. 21. CREATING AN INTERACTIVE DIARYSharing a personal journey g p j y• IT• Arts• Humanities• English• Education
  22. 22. Viewing video diaries
  23. 23. Presenting a monologue on a stage
  24. 24. SPORTS MARKETING COURSETo raise awareness of fitness & nutrition• Communication• Sports• Science• Arts
  25. 25. Storyboarding
  26. 26. Props/costumes
  27. 27. Filming
  28. 28. A space intended to promote and foster inter-disciplinarylearning and creativity
  29. 29. ‘How‘Ho do these spaces affectlearning outcomes? outcomes?’
  30. 30. ‘How‘Ho do you get academics to ouse these spaces well?
  31. 31. • Train the users• Learn from students• Provide IT support• Create apps to help them learn• M ti t students to explore Motivate t d t t l the space to motivate tutors
  32. 32. Supporting InnovationHome Workplace Another Campus Community  UTEP Outreach• Movi • Movi • Telepresence • Telepresence • Video • Sh Show and Share d Sh • Sh Show and Share d Sh • Movi Conferencing f• Webex • Webex • Show and Share• Xbox THE LEARNING SPACE OF THE FUTURE Supporting IT infrastructure Supporting Pedagogies
  33. 33. Thank Y #iTh k You #innovativelearning! ti l i !#unidesign11@informahighered David.cummings@vu.edu.au David cummings@vu edu au fiona_young@bvn.com.au fiona young@bvn com au @daveymelb @fionay27