2nd Annual Innovative Learning Spaces Summit – Overview
The 2nd Annual Innovative Learning Spaces Summit will be heading back to Prague this September because of the astounding success of last years summit. The summit will have a fresh group of expert speakers. Furthermore, it will be loaded with new case studies, presentations and panel discussions on the latest innovations in modern spaces that provide a creative learning environment.
Creating a learning space that allows students to embrace pedagogies is crucial for a successful student experience. Innovative learning environments can support each institution’s mission of enabling student learning.
Recent studies have revealed an improvement in student engagement and students embracing pedagogies through creative learning spaces. Discover this link between pedagogical practices and the latest space designs that have been proven for learning success, at this year’s summit.
“The best focused gathering on the topic of interactive learning spaces I have encountered” – Gary Pavlechko from Ball State University (2016)
Key Practical Learning Points That Will Be Explored At The Upcoming Learning Spaces 2017:
Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson is the Quality Reviewer at ICDE Boldic and will be returning to this year’s summit as Chair. She was the EDEN Fellow in 2014 and the Open Education Europa Fellow in 2015. Since 2000, she has worked at Lund University as an e-learning and open online learning expert with a special focus on quality in open online learning and e-learning. She serves as a quality reviewer for EADTU and ICDE.
There will be a number of networking breaks that will allow industry leaders to gather and debate on future developments and the potential behind latest advances discussed at the summit. We strongly encourage you to make the most of the professional learning opportunities our summit will offer by joining us in Prague!
“I really enjoyed the complexity of issues that came up and the real-life examples from the presenters” - The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (2016)