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Equarius Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
09.26 – 09.27.17

Building a collaborative and engaging learning environment has been integrated in the master plan of many educational institutions. The 3rd Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces Asia is a dynamic event looking at the nexus between design, pedagogy and technology in creating innovative learning spaces.

As you have been transforming your learning spaces, we have transformed the summit into an interactive learning and networking opportunity, providing you the platform to build a real model of your ideal campus, immerse yourself in four different types of classroom formats in the mock classroom session, design a learning journey in the LEGO Serious Play workshop, and many more. Download the brochure here: http://bit.ly/2t0uGF3

Event Website: https://learningspacesasia.iqpc.sg

Enjoy 10% off when you register with discount code: ISG_EM. Simply email enquiry@iqpc.com.sg with your full contact details and we’ll be in touch.

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