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New generation learning spaces

Churchie recognises that learning environments of the 21st Century are intrinsically linked to the ubiquity of technology. Churchie's partnership with the University of Melbourne has expanded from its humble beginnings in 2011 into significant research linking the School to the wider academic field through the School’s partnership in the Australian Research Council Linkage Grant Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments. Read more.

Does the space make a difference?

The below publication provides an empirical retrospective of the impact of the physical learning environment on teaching and learning evaluated by the New Generation Learning Spaces Project. Click the image to read.

 

 

Australian Research Council project

Churchie is currently undertaking world-leading research into the impact of learning spaces, teaching practice and education outcomes. In 2015, Churchie secured a prestigious Australian Research Council grant to undertake this project. Read more.
 

Building for creativity and innovation in the digital world

Churchie's recently renovated Hayward Midson building, dubbed the Creative Precinct, was featured in the Jan/Feb 2015 issue of Architecture Australia Jan/Feb 2015. The project explored how the design of learning spaces can support evolving pedagogy. Read the article here.