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Exploring the future for education, beyond 2025
Tagged with: futures, innovative teaching, skills
A free online library of ready-made interactive thinking guides
Tagged with: personalisation, primary, secondary, skills, thinking skills
What skills and competencies do young people need to survive and flourish? How do we prepare young people for life, leisure and work today? This report was commissioned as part of a wider QCA programme of work.
Type: Other Research Report
Tagged with: skills
Enquiring Minds is an approach to teaching and learning that takes students’ ideas, interests and experiences as its starting point, and provides them with more responsibility for the direction and content of their learning.
Tagged with: 14-19, assessment, curriculum, innovative teaching, learner voice, personalisation, secondary, skills, thinking skills
This report explores the relationship between the emergence of social software and the personalisation of education, suggesting that there is a changing view of what education is for, with a need for young people to develop skills for the evolving global
Type: Opening Education Report
Tagged with: skills, social software
Scottish teacher Ian Stuart tells Merlin John how the UMPCs used by every student in his island school are "a conduit to the curriculum".
Type: Web Article
Tagged with: innovative teaching, learning spaces, personalisation, skills
A bank of tools and approaches aimed at helping teachers to develop new practices and try out innovative ways of teaching and learning.
Tagged with: 14-19, assessment, collaboration, creativity, games, informal learning, innovative teaching, learner voice, open source, personalisation, primary, secondary, skills, social software, thinking skills
The skills we will need in the future will be, or at least look, different from those we've needed in the past. John Morgan, Senior Researcher at Futurelab, explores what form these new basics might take in the 21st century and looks at past and present c
Type: VISION Article
Tagged with: curriculum, skills
If we want to encourage different approaches to teaching and learning, and new relationships between pupils and teachers, we need to understand the ways in which teachers come to learn, adapt and make such new approaches a reality.
Type: Literature Review
Tagged with: digital media, innovative teaching, skills
The 14-19 debate goes to the heart of a number of core questions: What is education for? What attributes do we value and need in our young people as workers, as learners?
Type: Literature Review
Tagged with: 14-19, assessment, digital media, personalisation, skills