It’s evident that innovative learning spaces aid in the delivery of modern pedagogy. The needs of instructors, as well as the needs of students with various backgrounds and learning abilities, are the building blocks of these futuristic spaces. Digital learning and new building configurations have defied the traditional education model, and those in charge of school planning must reflect that shift in their ideas and implementation. Collaboration between experts such as educators, architects, state officials, design consultants, and many others is key to meet the new demands of modern Australian schools.
Creating 21st century learning spaces while tackling a tremendous population change has not been easy. These circumstances have put strain on school infrastructure, as well as state governments, and it’s in the best interest of the governments and greater communities to invest in school building projects. This will ensure sufficient school spaces are available for current and future student populations.
The desire for a stronger education system is clear, with the 2018/2019 budgets surpassing previous budgets with record breaking funding pledges. Queensland has designated $800 million through its Building Future Schools Fund (BFS), Victoria has invested $3.8 billion – including tech schools and funding for planning projects, and NSW has committed $6 billion over four years to deliver 170 new and upgraded schools.
Whether they are new or refurbished, urban or regional, private or public, Australian schools in 2019 will strive to set the bar for excellence and innovation.
Join us on 21-22 May 2019 at the Rendezvous in Melbourne to hear from thought-leaders, educators and architects on the future of school planning, design & construction.
when & where
21 - 22 May 2019
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne
328 Flinders St
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03) 9250 1888
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