CONFERENCE DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY 9 MAY 2018

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Registration & Coffee & Tea

9:00 AM - 9:10 AM Welcome Remarks from the Chairperson

John Stewart, Creator, Living School

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John Stewart

Creator
Living School
· Promoting connectivity, interaction and collaboration amongst students, staff and community
· Optimsing a mix of old and new learning spaces for autonomous and personalised learning
· How are educational institutions changing and utilising “everywhere” as the medium for learning?

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Clare Newton

Architect and Doctor of Education
The University of Melbourne
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Dr. Richard Bakken

Associate Director, Instructional Support Services – Office of Information Technology
Princeton University
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Ong Siow Heng

Dean of International Affairs
Singapore Management University

CHARTING THE COURSE FOR SMART CAMPUS TRANSITION

9:50 AM - 10:30 AM Harnessing The Power of Learning Analytics to Measure the Real ROI

The investment in transforming the learning space is relatively high. Learning analytics are important for us to keep track with student performance and their feedback. It is important for institutes to find the right balance of the business perspectives with students’ outcomes with the tools. This will support institute to make better decision in the future.
· Leveraging analytics to effectively measure the result of learning space on learning outcomes
· The use of data analytics to support learning spaces design to attract more business
· Turning data into insight - weaving analytic into learning spaces

CHARTING THE COURSE FOR SMART CAMPUS TRANSITION

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Morning Refreshment Break

INTEGRATING DIGITAL & ANALOGUE

11:00 AM - 11:40 AM The New Dawn of Education: Exploring the Conceptual and Experiential Possibilities of Immersive Virtual Reality

Glen O'Grady, Director Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching (CHELT) , The Australian National University (ANU)
This session will encompass two unique 15mins quick fire presentations, followed by a 20mins Q&A discussion with leading educational institutions that have successfully piloted and implemented virtual reality as a learning tool and in this process, transformed existing learning spaces into immersive environments.
The New Dawn of Education: Exploring the Conceptual and Experiential Possibilities of Immersive Virtual Reality
· How will immersive technology and cognitive capabilities reshape teaching and learning?
· Programming user experience, interaction and interface design to create immersive learning environments
· Adopting an immersive approach to education and redefining learning methodologies

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Glen O'Grady

Director Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching (CHELT)
The Australian National University (ANU)

INTEGRATING DIGITAL & ANALOGUE

11:40 AM - 12:20 PM Blending Classroom Learning Tools and Striking the Right Balance between Digital and Analogue

· Meeting the strategic and functional needs of learning with digital and analogue mediums
· Designing high-impact blended learning experiences with the learner in mind
· Maximising the value of analogue educational tools in a digital learning environment

INTEGRATING DIGITAL & ANALOGUE

12:20 PM - 1:30 PM Networking Lunch

INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS [2 ROTATIONS @ 45MINS EACH]

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Roundtable A: Sparking Creativity Through Learning Spaces

Alfred Low, Head of Educational Technology , Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore).


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Alfred Low

Head of Educational Technology
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore).

INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS [2 ROTATIONS @ 45MINS EACH]

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Roundtable B: Revolutionising Education with Mobile Learning



INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS [2 ROTATIONS @ 45MINS EACH]

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Rountable C: Completing Online and Offline Learning Channels

Dr. Cindy Lee, Director of Excellence in Learning & Teaching, Newcastle University


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Dr. Cindy Lee

Director of Excellence in Learning & Teaching
Newcastle University

INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS [2 ROTATIONS @ 45MINS EACH]

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Roundtable D: Planning Campus Retrofits and Reconstruction



3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Afternoon Refreshment Break

THE FUTURE OF LEARNING SPACES

3:30 PM - 4:10 PM Planning and Optimising Future Learner-Centric Spaces to Empower Learning Outcomes

Allan Kjær Andersen, Principal, Orestad Gymnasium
With land crunch and spaces in the city getting more expensive, understand what goes into the planning and design of learning spaces for future use. In constructing and designing effective physical learning environments, educators are working hand in hand with architects and designers for the ideal utilisation blueprint, while exploring customisation and flexibility to accommodate a variety of learning and engagement activities.


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Allan Kjær Andersen

Principal
Orestad Gymnasium

THE FUTURE OF LEARNING SPACES

4:10 PM - 4:50 PM Embracing Purposeful Design and Technology Use to Meet the Unique Needs of Pedagogy and Promote Holistic Learning

John Stewart, Creator, Living School
· Creating interconnected and future ready classrooms that appeal to educators and students
· Using technology as the lever for experiential learning and developing new pedagogies
· Evolving hybrid spaces that cater to new learning paradigms


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John Stewart

Creator
Living School

THE FUTURE OF LEARNING SPACES

4:50 PM - 5:00 PM Chairman’s Closing Remarks & End of Summit