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Re-thinking education from the classroom up: What teachers think about the future of schooling

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Despite the impact of better technology and a constantly shifting socio-political landscape, the way we educate our younger generation has remained largely unchanged in most countries for a number of decades. And yet, these same technological developments and societal upheavals – including but not limited to the pandemic – are fundamentally altering the way we live our lives on a global scale, meaning that traditional education models are looking more and more outdated and no longer fit for purpose. If education wants to keep up with the times, we may have to completely re-think the role of schools.

But what does that actually mean for teaching and learning?

Jun 16, 2022 03:00 PM in Paris / 2pm BST


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