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Education design for Victorian Government schools

Principal and National Education Sector Leader, Mark van den Enden and Education Environments Strategist, Dr. Kelle Frith are joining the first Australian Institute of Architects seminar for 2019 discussing Education Design for Victorian Government Schools.

Alongside K2LD Architects Director, Tisha Lee the panel will explore different perspectives of educational design and project delivery, following the completion of six of the Victorian Growth Area Schools Project (GASP) schools which opened for the beginning of the 2019 school year.

Mark said, “Education design connects teaching and learning activities with the latest in research, entrepreneurship, and the community at large, and offers pathways and networks from early childhood to higher education years. We were delighted to have been part of such a significant project that will shape the minds of so many Victorians, and look forward to sharing what we learnt during the journey.”