Last week LEAQ debated the viability and future of vertical schooling. It taught me a few new things and challenged my opinions on what I thought I knew.
I usually try and avoid my birthday, particularly when it involves big scary numbers. But this year I took the opportunity to celebrate instead.
In May this year I attended my thirteenth LEA Conference in Perth, which I also helped organise. I may be slightly biased, but I thought it was fantastic. It is great to see so many passionate people trying to create better learning experiences for our future generations, and it was lovely to get all these... Continue Reading →
University learning spaces have changed quite a bit since back in my day, with a new focus on wellbeing, collaboration and 24hr learning.
There are some big issues affecting the architecture industry at the moment, but 70% of the industry isnt hearing about it.