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THE WAY WE LEARN AND WORK
IN THE 21ST CENTURY


June 1st 2018    |  2 pm - 6 pm
June 2nd 2018  |  9 am – 5 pm

REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 10 MAY


The science behind the design of space

Work and learning spaces for the future need to be designed with a wide range of factors in mind such as environment, technology, the physical and the psychological.

We work and learn individually and in groups, so the physical space must contribute to the ongoing development and needs of the people who use it.

In the past this was an intuitive process, but we now have facts, data and experiences to share. In this colloquium we break down the key components that ensure a designed space supports working and learning in this millennium.

THE WAY WE LEARN AND WORK IN THE 21ST CENTURY



Programme



Time FRIDAY JUNE 1 - 2018
13:00 - 14:00 REGISTRATION
14:00 - 14:30 WELCOME
Chris Binge (Headmaster Markham College)
14:30 - 15:30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Making learning & working better
Presentation is in English with simultaneous Spanish translation
Stephen Heppell
15:30 - 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 16:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1
16:50 - 17:35 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 2
17:40 - 18:25 PANEL DISCUSSION:
Space: The final frontier for learning and working
Presentation is in English with simultaneous Spanish translation
18:30 - 20:30 OPENING COCKTAIL

Time SATURDAY JUNE 2 - 2018
8:30 - 9:00 REGISTRATION
9:00 - 10:00 GUEST SPEAKER
PLENARY: Designing spaces to maximise modern learning strategies
Presentation is in English with simultaneous Spanish translation
Dr. Phillip Long
10:00 - 10:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3
10:45 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 12:15 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 4
12:20 - 13:05 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 5
13:15 - 14:15 LUNCH
14:30 - 15:30 GUEST SPEAKER
PLENARY: Engaging the local and global to create inspired places to learn and work
Presentation is in English with simultaneous Spanish translation
Omar Calderón & Sean O’Donnell
15:35 - 16:20 PANEL DISCUSSION
Sound, light, time, colour and the environment
Presentation is in English with simultaneous Spanish translation
16:30 - 17:30 CLOSING REMARKS, CERTIFICATES
Chris Binge and Stephen Heppell

* Sessions given in Spanish and English.

Concurrent sessions will cover a wide variety of areas so that ideas and points of interests may be further presented and discussed in smaller groups.


Concurrent session topics will include:

  • Upgrade your classroom (Stephen Heppell)
  • A practical follow up to Dr Long's plenary on designing learning spaces (Phil Long)
  • How sustainable design becomes net positive education (Sean O’Donnell)
  • Coworking – The future of work (Ernesto de Olazával)
  • Maker spaces (UTEC)
  • The School-Atelier (Fiorella de Ferrari)
  • How do new ways of teaching affect how we should design the acoustic environment in classrooms and schools? (José Augusto Nepomuceno)
  • Are we offering students a 21st-century education in a 19th-century environment? (Craig Hill, Markham College)
  • Getting the most learning out of your library (Bronwyn Davis, San Silvestre school)
  • Training teachers for new environments (UPC)
  • Coffee shop learning (UPC)
  • Taking down the walls. How opening up the classrooms improves learning for students and teachers (Kam Uddin, Markham College)
  • How does the change from a teacher focussed environment affect learning?(​Ingrid ​Terpstra & ​Fiorella ​Bernal, Markham College)
  • Co-creation of learning spaces (Architect Marc Samaniego de Rycker, AULA)
  • Educational spaces: Functional environments for learning (Ernesto Francisco Arias Valverde, MINEDU)



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Speakers

 

 

Keynote speaker: Professor Stephen Heppell
CEO, Heppell.net (UK)


Has over 30 years of international experience in consulting and research on improving education through new media and technology. He has worked with learner led projects, governments, international agencies, Fortune 500 companies, schools and communities, as well as many influential trusts and organisations.




Dr. Phillip Long
Chief Innovation Officer, University of Texas at Austin (USA)


His current research interests focus on active & blended learning pedagogies, credentialing linked to evidence of learning, open ledger (block-chain) applications, remote laboratories, emerging technologies and the analytics that can be captured by instrumenting interactions in both virtual and environments with the goal of informing learner decision-making.





Architect Omar Calderón AIA
Design Principal at Perkins Eastman (USA)


Mr. Calderon offers over 18 years of planning and design leadership. A highly versatile designer, he has played a vital role on landmark projects encompassing commercial, residential, public, higher education, and primary/secondary education facilities. Omar is the author of “Beyond Form: Architecture and Art in the Space of Media” and a lecturer at the School of Visual Arts, NY. He has been a guest design critic at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation and Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.




Architect Sean O’Donnell AIA, LEED AP
Principal & Practice Area Leader for Perkins Eastman’s international K-12 practice (USA)

During his 20 years of experience, he has worked to ensure that environments are supportive of all of the users’ physical, intellectual, social/emotional, organisational and technological needs. A leader in educational facility planning and design, he founded the AIA/DC Committee on Architecture for Education, served as a juror for numerous school design competitions, and his projects have won more than 20 design awards. He currently serves on the Board of Directors and as Co-Chair of the National Technical Advisory Committee for the Collaborative for High Performance Schools.


 

Panelists




Hernán Carranza

Hernán is Chief Innovation Officer of Intercorp Group, as well as founder and director of La Victoria Lab. He studied his masters in Interactive Strategy at Tisch School of the Arts in New York University and his bachelor degree at Universidad del Pacífico where he is now a teacher.





 


Fiorella De Ferrari

Fiorella De Ferrari is an educator, teacher trainer and founder of the early education school La Casa Amarilla and the Aleph school, as well as a co-representative of the international network Reggio Children.





 


Architect José Augusto Nepomuceno
(Brazil)

Architect specialised in planning acoustics and art presentation spaces, with activities in the offices of akustiks (EUA) and Acústica & Sônica (Brasil). Over 40 years’ experience in projects for spaces with excellent acoustic solutions such as theatres (including the Gran Teatro Nacional in Peru), concert halls, auditoriums, museums and music schools, amongst others. He coordinated several projects for public schools in Brazil – some of them being located near airports with extreme noise conditions.


 

Price per person



General entry
US$250

University students
US$80

Groups of 4-9 delegates
US$150

Groups of 10+ delegates
US$100





If you are coming from outside Lima and need lodging, we have arranged discounted conference rates at the Hotel Crowne Plaza located near Markham College. Please contact Maria Victoria Valiente and Tania Roque at: reservas@hilima.com / reservas2@hilima.com or you may also telephone them at: +51 (1) 6100700. Please remember to use COLLOQUIUM MARKHAM as the reference code to receive the special rates.

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