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    2nd Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces Asia

    Educators from across Asia will gather in Singapore to explore the integration of pedagogy, technology and design in creating collaborative physical and virtual learning spaces at the 2nd Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces Asia. This is the MUST-ATTEND forum for educators to come together to network, discover, share and brainstorm on how to inspire learners and support instructional outcomes with innovative campus spaces and digital environments.

    Date September 27, 2016 - September 29, 2016
    Time 8:20am - 3:30pm

    Building an interactive, collaborative and engaging learning environment has been integrated in the master plan of many educational institutions. The 2nd Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces Asia 2016 is a dynamic event looking at the nexus between design, pedagogy and technology in creating innovative learning spaces. More than 30 education practitioners and experts will facilitate more than five types of sharing formats to discuss topics such as planning process to include students’ voices, fostering the link between pedagogical practice and new learning environment and building the evidence-based framework to measure the learning outcomes.

    Next Generation Learning Spaces features carefully selected experts and dedicated users of innovative learning spaces, including Educational Architects, Professors of Education, Teaching and Learning Directors, ICT Directors, Innovation Directors, and Institutional Leaders of K12 and HEIs across the world. They are from leading institutions including Oxford University, the University of Melbourne, the University of Tokyo, Stonefields School, Ørestad Gymnasium (Denmark), and many more.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When will I receive my conference material?
    Conference material will be made available on a temporary website after the event. You will be provided with access details for this website at the conference.

    When should I pay for the conference?
    Payment must be received prior to the conference.

    How should I pay for the conference?
    Payment can be made online by credit card.

    Are the meals included?
    Yes, all refreshments and conference lunches have been carefully selected to offer you the best in banqueting. Check the agenda for times.

    Can I register onto a workshop at the conference venue?
    Yes, you may register onto workshops on site and our registration personnel will be happy to help you.

    How many attendees will be at my conference?
    This varies for each conference. Please do ask at our registration desk if you would like us to assist in facilitating meetings with anyone present to ensure you receive maximum benefit from the day.

    How can I get to the venue?
    The hotel phone number is listed within the conference information. Once registered, you will receive a location Map. Please contact us if you require any further information or assistance.

    What about accommodation?
    The cost of the hotel accommodation and travel is not included in the registration fee. Details of the accommodation options are also included within the conference information, and on the Venue & Accommodation page. To take advantage of our corporate accommodation rate, please quote you are attending an IQPC conference when making your reservation.

    What should I wear?
    The dress code at the conference is business casual. The speakers usually come in business attire.

    Special Needs
    If you have any special needs, disabilities, and/or dietary restrictions that we may address to make your participation at our events more enjoyable, please do let us know when registering.

    Delegate Substitutions and Cancellations
    Please view our cancellation policy.

    Will I receive any information from you in the mail?
    After the conference, from time to time, you may receive brochures on related topics.

    K12 Speaker

    Prakash Nair
    Fielding Nair International (United States)

    Allan Kjær Andersen
    Ørestad Gymnasium (Denmark)

    Fiona Reynolds
    Deputy Head of School
    American School of Bombay (India)

    Nina Ernst
    Associate Director for Education and Programmes
    ArtScience Museum, Singapore

    Craig Kemp
    ICT & Innovation Specialist
    Stanford American International School (Singapore)

    Joan Radojkovich
    Principal, Primary School
    Canadian International School (Singapore)
    Raymond Trotter
    Wooranna Park Primary School (Australia)

    Anne Knock
    Director of Development, Sydney Centre for Innovation and Learning
    Northern Beaches Christian School (Australia)

    Stephen Dexter, Jr.
    Middle School Principal
    Stamford American International School (Singapore)

    John Stewart
    Living School, Byron (Australia)

    Jason Cone
    Executive Director of information technology
    Singapore American School

    Dr. Julia Atkin
    Education & Learning Consultant
    Learning by Design (Australia)

    John Ridley
    Director of Learning
    Tanglin Trust School
    Higher Education Speakers

    Professor Thomas L. Magnanti
    Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD)

    Professor Harry Daniels
    Professor of Education
    Oxford University (United Kingdom)

    Professor Tom Kvan
    Founding Director, LEaRN - the Learning Environments Applied Research Network (Australia)
    The University of Melbourne

    Chris Scott
    Registered Architect | Principal
    Jasmax (New Zealand)

    Associate Professor Kayoko Kurita
    Center for Research and Development of Higher Education
    The University of Tokyo (Japan)

    Paul Gagnon
    Director of IT Systems and Services, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCSoM)
    Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

    Dr. Gordon Howell
    Director Learning Environments and Technology Services
    Queensland University of Technology (Australia)

    Lai Chuen Paul Lam
    Associate Professor, Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

    Professor Pascale Quester
    Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic)
    University of Adelaide (Australia)

    Gulcin Cribb
    University Librarian
    Singapore Management University (Singapore)

    Dr. Malini Eliatamby
    Vice President of Teaching Learning Innovation
    INTI Education Group (Malaysia)

    Mark Freeman
    Gray Puksand (Australia)

    Professor Guy Littlefair
    Pro Vice-Chancellor, Industry Development
    Deakin University (Australia)

    Associate Professor Harold John D. Culala
    Former Director of Education Technology
    Far Eastern University (Philippines)

    Toni Kelly
    Associate Director, Learning Environments
    University of Hong Kong

    Tamera Hanken
    Head, Information Access and Resources
    Singapore Management University (Singapore)

    Dr. Ben Cleveland
    Research Fellow, Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN),
    University of Melbourne (Australia)

    Dr. Daniel Tan
    Group Chief Learning Officer
    Taylors Education Group (Malaysia)

    Chris Harris
    Head of School, Diploma Studies & Senior Director, Industry Relations
    Kaplan Higher Education Singapore

    Suzanne Webb
    Director Strategic Asset Development Estates
    Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand