The “Next Generation Learning Space” (NGLS) is the setting in which this type of teaching and learning can take place, the crucible in which generations to come will be molded.
But what are the key criteria to make these state-of-the-art education environments an optimal experience for sustainable teaching and learning? We have taken a look at five principles that should underpin the Next Generation Learning experience.
Blended learning techniques are being applied in classrooms up and down the country from primary to tertiary education in a bid to enhance the power and experience of the teaching and learning process.
While we hear a lot about the benefits of using cutting-edge course designs and technologies for the learners involved, there is often a side of the story that is pushed to the periphery: the experience of the teachers themselves. In the following interview, we speak with an academic that has created a course framework for teaching the teachers how to teach with maximum effect in a blended learning environment.
In this article, we take a look at how Monash University has established a long-term strategy through its Better Teaching, Better Learning Agenda, to help educators embrace a wider perspective on curriculum design, and align it with students’ needs to deliver the best possible learning environment.