Participate in a one-day intense experience with Ewan McIntosh to discover how you can design better spaces for learning, either with an architect or alone:

  • What does it take to create change in learning spaces, quickly?
  • How do you design the perfect brief for an architect?
  • How do you engage your whole community in designing spaces for learning, to get greater impact when the rubber hits the road, but avoiding the process becoming a free-for-all?
  • What can we learn from the experimental spaces in education, creative media and the world of technology?

Intended Audience:

  • Heads of School
  • Principals
  • Department Heads
  • Facilities Directors & Managers
  • Classroom Teachers
  • Aspiring Leaders

Key Details

Date: Thursday 18 January 2018

Cost: $349 USD

This workshop will be held at:

Steelcase Asia Pacific HQ

15 Floor, Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Hong Kong

Available for registration to non-conference attendees.

About the Presenter

Ewan McIntosh

Leading projects around the world for clients in education and industry, Ewan is the passionate and energising tour de force behind NoTosh. A highly-regarded keynote speaker at events around the world, he’s also the author of How To Come Up With Great Ideas and Actually Make Them Happen

He has been past advisor on the digital agenda to the Vice President of the European Commission, Mrs Neelie Kroes, and sit on the ICT Excellence Expert Group advising the Cabinet Minister for Education in Scotland.

As a French and German teacher in Scottish high schools he relentlessly put technology to work in an effort to engage students, with his high school classes being amongst the first in Europe to podcast and blog. Later, he worked as National Advisor on Learning and Technology Futures for the Scottish Government before changing career tack, and becoming Digital Commissioner for the groundbreaking British broadcaster Channel 4.

Today, he leads NoTosh which is a global consultancy with a passion for learning and a conviction that innovation and creativity can change the way people think, the way they learn and the way they work – as individuals, teams, organisations and communities.