Creating Compelling Learning Environments
Breakout session Thursday 11 June 2009


Chair: Patricia Wastiau
European School...
‘Learning environment’

• We are all using the
  term

• Are we talking about
  the same thing?
‘Learning environment’

• used in
  connection
  with a range
  of quite
  specific
  areas of
  education,
‘Learning environment’
• as well as
  conveying some
  broad ideas
  about learning
  covering
  organisational,
  educati...
‘Learning environment’
• Learning Environments Research
   journal include such
  aspects as cooperation
  between student...
‘Virtual learning environment’
• parallels to
  social, cultural
  and physical
  aspects of the
  real world
European Schoolnet/Caisse des dépôts (France)
                   project

                  Environnements
               ...
Creating Compelling Learning Environments

• Session A: Innovative technology in education:
  new platforms, new expectati...
Creating Compelling Learning Environments
• Session B: What should be the future of learning
  environments?

• Christian ...
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    1. 1. Creating Compelling Learning Environments Breakout session Thursday 11 June 2009 Chair: Patricia Wastiau European Schoolnet
    2. 2. ‘Learning environment’ • We are all using the term • Are we talking about the same thing?
    3. 3. ‘Learning environment’ • used in connection with a range of quite specific areas of education,
    4. 4. ‘Learning environment’ • as well as conveying some broad ideas about learning covering organisational, educational and physical aspects
    5. 5. ‘Learning environment’ • Learning Environments Research journal include such aspects as cooperation between students, teacher’s use of language, teacher- student relationship and styles of teaching and assessment within their definition of learning environment
    6. 6. ‘Virtual learning environment’ • parallels to social, cultural and physical aspects of the real world
    7. 7. European Schoolnet/Caisse des dépôts (France) project Environnements numériques de travail Data management Pedagogy system Communication (with parents, etc.) Governance
    8. 8. Creating Compelling Learning Environments • Session A: Innovative technology in education: new platforms, new expectations • Keith Krueger, CoSN : Leadership for web 2.0 in education – Promise and reality • Greg Black, Education.au : An Australian survey of teachers’ use of ICT and follow-up actions • Kirsten Panton, Microsoft : Are we ready for the power of ICT in education?
    9. 9. Creating Compelling Learning Environments • Session B: What should be the future of learning environments? • Christian Lorz, SMART: Connected learning – interactive classrooms and beyond • Dr. Cher Ping Lim, Asia-Pacific Centre of Innovative technology in education and Edith Cowan University – Australia: • Mary Hooker, Gesci : Building a Knowledge Society for All: Extending Learning beyond Classroom Walls

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