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Exploring the Future for Education: Three Scenarios for 2025

Exploring the Future for Education: Three Scenarios for 2025 | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
What is “school” in the future? We gaze forward to 2025 and imagine Mariam, aged 10, in West Africa. Her school is a visor and a touch-response glove that let her enter virtual worlds to play and learn her way. For Aarav, age 15, in South Asia, school is a training center built by employers where he prepares for work. For Luiza, age 9, in Amazonia, school is a classroom occupied with rigorous core learning under a new international millennium goal for basic literacy and numeracy.
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Future Trends in Education: Exploring the Future of Learning

Future Trends in Education: Exploring the Future of Learning | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
KnowledgeWorks explores future trends in education with comprehensive 10-year forecasts, as well as deep dives into specific issues affecting the future of learning, since the ways we work, teach, live and learn are changing almost as quickly as the technologies we rely on to make all of these activities possible.
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This is why Dutch teenagers are among the happiest in the world

This is why Dutch teenagers are among the happiest in the world | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
The journey through our teenage years can be a difficult and turbulent time. But in the Netherlands teens are buoyed by a number of factors, including engaged families and a supportive education system.
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Amplifying Teaching Practices with EdTech: What Do Research Findings Say? - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Amplifying Teaching Practices with EdTech: What Do Research Findings Say? - EdTechReview™ (ETR) | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Key changes observed in New Teaching Practices. What Do Research Findings Say about Amplifying Teaching Practices with EdTech.
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Are digital devices really helping primary school students learn? - Focus

Are digital devices really helping primary school students learn? - Focus | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Parents are increasingly anxious about the increasing use of screens in primary schools. Are teachers using them effectively and are they really helping kids learn?
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Preparing today's students for tomorrow's world | Innovate for the future

Preparing today's students for tomorrow's world | Innovate for the future | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
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Google's top education expert predicts what schools will look like in 50 years | Business Insider

Google's top education expert predicts what schools will look like in 50 years | Business Insider | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Schools today look almost nothing like the
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Old school or new school? Teach future skills and traditional subjects together

There has been a high profile debate recently about the merits of teaching so-called “21st century skills” in the new Australian Curriculum. The national curriculum, some argue, has too much focus on these…
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Do you believe that in the future, schools will have no books and no teachers? | Debate.org

Do you believe that in the future, schools will have no books and no teachers? | Debate.org | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Debate.org is a dynamic social community where you can voice your opinion on today’s hottest issues.
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Future perfect: what will universities look like in 2030?

Future perfect: what will universities look like in 2030? | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
From robots to the most popular course, academics share their predictions
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5 Big Ways Education Will Change By 2020

5 Big Ways Education Will Change By 2020 | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
In the next five years, we’ll start to rethink a lot about education, from what’s in school lunches to what a college degree really means.
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Are virtual schools failing students?

Are virtual schools failing students? | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Virtual schools continued to under-perform academically, including in comparison to blended schools. Overall, 36.4 percent of full-time virtual schools and 43.1 percent of blended schools received …
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Education 4.0 ... the future of learning will be dramatically different, in school and throughout life.

Education 4.0 ... the future of learning will be dramatically different, in school and throughout life. | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Global connectivity, smart machines, and new media are just some of the drivers reshaping how we think about work, what constitutes work, and how we learn and develop the skills to work in the future. The concept of a “100 year life” becoming the norm, and the majority of that spent studying and working, means …
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THE FUTURES OF LEARNING 3: WHAT KIND OF PEDAGOGIES FOR THE 21st CENTURY? Cynthia Luna Scot

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Since the emergence of a global movement that calls for a new model of learning for the twenty- first century, it has been argued that formal education must be transformed to enable new forms of learning that are needed to tackle complex global challenges. Literature on this topic offers compelling arguments for transforming pedagogy to better support acquisition of twenty-first century skills. However, the question of how best to teach these skills is largely overlooked. Experts recognize that the ‘transmission’ or lecture model is highly ineffective for teaching twenty-first century competencies and skills, yet widespread use of this model continues. In spite of worldwide agreement that learners need skills such as critical thinking and the ability to communicate effectively, innovate, and solve problems through negotiation and collaboration, pedagogy has seldom adapted to address these challenges. Rethinking pedagogy for the twenty-first century is as crucial as identifying the new competencies that today’s learners need to develop. This paper, the third and last in a series on the Futures of Learning , explores pedagogies and learning environments that may contribute to the development and mastery of twenty-first century competencies and skills, and advance the quality of learning.
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How is Finland building schools of the future? | eGOV | Enterprise Innovation

How is Finland building schools of the future? | eGOV | Enterprise Innovation | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Finland is home to some of the world’s most forward-looking innovations in education – school autonomy instead of school rankings, portfolios instead of exam grades, inquiry-based learning instead of memorization, real world context topics instead of traditional subjects. eGov Innovation speaks with Pasi Silander, Digitalization Lead of City of Helsinki, Finland, who currently leads the digitalization strategy process of the Helsinki school district and the Stadi eCampus.
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The Future of Schooling OECD Report

We are facing unprecedented ch allenges – social, economic and environmental – driven by accelerating globalisation and a faster rate of technological developments. At the same time, those forces are providing us with myriad new opportunities for human advancement. The future is uncerta in and we cannot predict it; but we need to be open and ready for it . The children entering education in 2018 will be young adults in 2030. Schools can prepare them for jobs that have not yet been created, for technologies that have not yet been invented, to solve problems that have not yet been anticipated . It will be a shared responsibility to seiz e opportunities and find solutions . To navigate through such uncertainty, students will need to develop curiosity, imagination , resilience and self - regulation ; they will need to respect and appreciate the ideas, perspectives and values of others ; and they will need to cope with failure and rejection, and to move forward in the face of adversity . The ir motivation will be more than getting a good job and a high income ; they will also need to care about the well -being of their friends and families, their communities and the planet. Education can equip learners with agency and a sense of purpose , and the competencies they need , to shape their own lives and contribu te to the lives of others . To find out how best to do so, the Organisation for Economic Co -operation and Development (OECD) has launched T he Future of Education and Skills 2030 project . The aim of the project is to help countries find answers to two far -reaching question s: ● What knowledge, skills, attitudes and values w ill today's students need to thrive and shape the ir world? ● How can instructional systems develop these knowledge, skills, attitudes and values effectively? This position paper describes the first results from this work . The initial framework was reviewed, tested and validated in an iterative process involving a range of stakeholders from around the world. They ensured that the framework is relevant across the globe, consistent with wider policies and can be implemented . We will finalise the framework by the end of 2018. In 2019, we will change gear s and begin to explore the translation of the framework into pedagogy , assessment and the design of an instructional sys tem . Working with policy makers , academic experts, school networks, teachers, education leaders, students and social partners, the framework provides a space in which to exchange ideas, compare proven and promising practices , discover cutting - edge research and contribute to a new ecosystem of learning . If you ’d like to join us, p lease get in touch.

Andreas Schleicher,  Director for Education and Skills,  OECD
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The @DavidGeurin Blog: 20 Ways to Be Future Driven in Your Classroom

The @DavidGeurin Blog: 20 Ways to Be Future Driven in Your Classroom | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Reflection is so important for continued learning and growth. I developed the list below as a tool for educators to reflect on practices that help prepare students for a rapidly changing, complex world. Some of these practices are new. Some are not. Some of them involve technology. Some do not.
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Teachers Shouldn't Have To Work Alone -- And Now They Don't Have To

Teachers Shouldn't Have To Work Alone -- And Now They Don't Have To | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
With the rise of online learning in schools—what educators call "blended learning"—what teachers do daily is changing in big and small ways. Today’s traditional teaching role asks a lot of teachers. In the future, though, we can create more sustainable teaching jobs that also better serve students.
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The future of learning and teaching: Big changes ahead for education - RMIT University

As we embrace tech futures, teaching and learning in our education system must also keep up to date with demands of the 21st century and beyond.
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Past, present, future of education… –

Past, present, future of education… – | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Scene 1:  The past Students learned from the teacher.  Facts were learned from text books. Learning took place in the classroom.  Teachers asked questions and students answered them. Information about far away places was found in books. Scene 2: The present Students learn from the teacher, each other, the internet, books, movies, people inside the…
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No More Pencils, No More Books: A School of the Future Readies for Launch

A new high school in Chicago explores the possibilities of tech-centered learning.
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The Future Of Education | Future Trends In Education | Futurist Predictions - Futurist Speaker

The Future Of Education | Future Trends In Education | Futurist Predictions - Futurist Speaker | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
Thomas Frey's futurist predictions will leave you beyond enlightened. Learn more about the future of education by clicking here!
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EDUCATION IN 50 YEARS: SHRINKING CLASSROOMS AND DISAPPEARING TEACHERS

EDUCATION IN 50 YEARS: SHRINKING CLASSROOMS AND DISAPPEARING TEACHERS | Future Learning, Future Schooling: how it will evolve, the drivers, inspirations, impacts .... | Scoop.it
A futurist's perspective on education in 50 years. When I imagine education in the future, I think about the movement of didactic lectures to online or digital classrooms, with campus programs focused more on the psychomotor aspect of learning such as; laboratories, studios etc.
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