Monday, 9 November 2009

The second input was 'Enabling Genuine 21st Century Learning' by Michael Stevenson from CISCO...

Michael argued that we need a coherent system change involving all aspects of the system working together to re-imagine learning with strong partnerships between Government, localities and schools. He sees the key drivers of educational change as globalisation, new technologies and demography. We should develop a powerful vision for 21st Century learning, explore the skills and competencies we need to secure success and understand what re-imagined learning looks like and how we can work locally to achieve this transformation.

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