- Director of Technology, The International School of Helsinki, Finland
In today’s fast-changing world, not only are our children learning from school — they are also receiving information from the internet, media, and communities they live in. We believe the Future of Learning should no longer focus on grades or results, or even “how teachers teach”. Instead, we should reimagine local education through understanding “how students learn”, in order to design learning journeys that suit our students’ needs.
In this year’s “Ednovation Fest” Experiential Days, let’s reimagine three key elements in the Future of Learning:
Future of Learning should be human-centered, responsive to learner’s individual needs and the well-being of educators, so that a culture of trust, respect, positive mindset and attitude can be nurtured through captivating learning experiences.
Future of Learning should facilitate learners and educators to build relationships with people, objects, and communities around them, so that we can cultivate empathy and communication skills through collaborative learning experiences.
Future of Learning should be filled with experiential and self-directed learning, where learners and educators can effectively translate their learnings into solving real-world problems, applying the values, attitude, knowledge, and skills acquired.
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