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Sharing the Love of learning : Marginal gains in the physical environment

Prof Stephen Heppell

14th February, 14.00-15.30

PG30a (Poole House, Room 30a) Talbot campus

This is a free public event – please book here and share (20 spaces)

Making learning spaces better is complex; there are many variables involved, but none of those variables are themselves difficult. Come and hear how the aggregation of marginal gains can be impactful. This session focusses on global case studies of change: practical down-to-earth improvements in learning in Higher Education, schools, sport and health. These examples narrate a pathway towards change that is immediately achievable, pragmatic, rather enjoyable and hugely effective! Stephen will bring the famous Learnometer and provide a presentation and conversation rich in visual material, with relevance to anyone who cares about sharing the love of learning from parents and teachers, to health and sport professionals. The results? To make learning better.

We are excited to host Professor Heppell who is an international expert in learning spaces with a vast portfolio. After his career as a school teacher, Stephen was a pioneer in the use of multimedia in the classroom and has worked on learner-led projects with governments, international agencies, Fortune 500 companies, schools and communities. He also founded Ultralab, building it into one of the most respected research centres in e-learning in the world before founding his own policy and learning consultancy. Read about his work here.

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