12 – 24 January 2020
Scandinavia | Europe | UK
How might we design and develop learning spaces that will grow the skills and mindsets we need for a changing world?
How are schools shifting pedagogical practices in innovative learning spaces
Designing places of learning for the next generation scientists, makers and entrepreneurs.
Where shall we go?
Outstanding examples, such as NEMO in Amsterdam, Den Bla Planet in Copenhagen, have created places where science exploration is encouraged through discovery. Exemplary science centres appeal to all ages and inspire further exploration.
TU Delft University library designed by Mecanoo, science centre and the refurbished faculty of architecture (Netherlands) and Future Classroom Lab at Carlsberg University, Copenhagen
There are a number of interesting schools with innovative learning spaces, STEM Centres and Innovation Hubs.
The tour will conclude in London with BETT, the world’s largest education technology event, showcasing trends and products in education and technology.
Hosted by Anne Knock:
Since 2011, I have organised and hosted many international study tours. Educational leaders and architects have embarked on this unique professional learning adventure.
The tour is likely to be in the vicinity if AUD$9000. Generally, this includes site visits between arrival in Copenhagen on Sunday evening 12 January and London on Friday 24 January 2020:
- 12 nights accommodation with breakfast in quality accommodation
- Site visits and daily transport
- Flights and transport during the tour, within tour dates
- Some meals are included and these will be specified in the itinerary
Interested? Complete the form below. It sends me an email and I can keep you posted with developments.