After two years of false starts, the LEA Regional Conference finally re-convened last week, with a delegation of around 500 people. These are my thoughts on this incredible event.
Our final Learning Environments Queensland Chapter event was to Brisbane's newest vertical school, the Brisbane South State Secondary College.
Finally enjoying a LEA site visit at Ormiston College's award-winning Centre for Learning and Innovation.
Last week I visited the multi-award-winning Adelaide Botanic High School, and it did not disappoint.
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.
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 →