Creative Teaching & Learning

In A World In Flux, Next Level Learning Is Critical. But What Is It, And Why Does It Matter So Much?

Most of us experienced an education designed for the 19th Century and it’s increasingly obvious it is no longer fit for purpose. In the first in a series of important articles, Tina Grotzer, Emily Gonzalez, and Tessa Forshaw of Harvard University explain the ideas and practice behind Next Level Learning

Uncertainty now stalks the world. To meet the challenges it presents, in a manner that supports human resilience, equality, health and well-being, we must shift how we think about the nature of education. We need to reconsider who learning is for and how it positions learners to deal with a future where little is certain, except for the need to become effective lifelong learners, in order to respond to the current and future challenges of a complex world.

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