An extract from a LinkedIn post: Annelise Tiller on LinkedIn: ‘Future of learning in a hybrid environment’
By Annelise Tiller, September 2021
‘Future of learning in a hybrid environment’
A Partnered Interior Design Studio 2021 between RMIT University and GHDWoodhead Vic Education Team is exploring the future potential of senior high school learning environments. The studio is using design and pedagogical thinking to consider the campus as a hybrid and transitionary learning space for a diverse range of students, educators and community stakeholders. It is providing critical thinking how the campus might be used, who are the various stakeholders, what are the different learning approaches, activities and technologies? Through design exploration students having been asked to consider how new social, educational and spatial-temporal relationships be produced across a complex high school campus of the future?
GHDWOODHEAD directors of architecture Martin Palmer and Paul Thatcher presented exemplar education project providing the students a presentation revealing insight into their design approach. Furthermore, we have an upcoming panel presentation by GHD Digital Immersion Benjamin Richards , Placemaking Marli Roberts and Movement Strategies (a GHD Company) Cameron MacDonald to reflect on how these disciplines could contribute to an informed, multifaceted engaging learning environment. Through the process of research, analysis and design experiments the students are using GHDWoodhead collaboration to develop understanding of current thinking and consider future approaches.