“In the real world...”: Teachers’ perceptions of ILEs. ILETC phase 1 teacher workshops.
AuthorMahat, M; Grocott, L; Imms, W
Source Title“In the real world...”: Teachers’ perceptions of ILEs. ILETC phase 1 teacher workshops
PublisherInnovative Learning Environments & Teacher Change (ILETC)
AffiliationArchitecture, Building and Planning
CitationsMahat, M., Grocott, L. & Imms, W. (2017). “In the real world...”: Teachers’ perceptions of ILEs. ILETC phase 1 teacher workshops.. Innovative Learning Environments & Teacher Change (ILETC).
Access StatusOpen Access
ARC Grant codeARC/LP150100022
Drawing on the principles and attributes of design thinking, a series of research-led workshops in Australia and New Zealand were developed to capture rich data of teachers’ lived experiences and their insights on teaching in innovative learning spaces, as revealed through reflective and speculative activities. The workshop format also provided a reciprocally useful experience for participants by structuring activities that provided insights into the experiences of others, enabled individual reflection and prompted further contemplation of problems and solutions through group discussion and rumination. This technical report presents findings of the teacher workshops. The data obtained as described in this report has allowed findings that are distinctive and inform the project with useful information. This technical report constitutes an evidence-based platform to inform subsequent phases of the ILETC project. The integration of the qualitative data from the workshops together with quantitative data from Phase 1 survey (see Imms, Mahat, Byers and Murphy, 2017) and scholarly literature (forthcoming) provide a strong knowledge base that responds to the project’s initial assumptions surrounding the use of innovative learning environments in Australia and New Zealand.
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