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Taking Back Education After a [Literal] War on Schools

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

The Learning 2030 Summit focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry explore how the principal... more

‘Design Thinking’…and Why We Should Have a Course on Learning to Work in Groups

Friday, September 6, 2013

The Learning 2030Summit focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry explore how a Canadian... more

A Dream I Had of Learning in 2030

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Learning 2030 Summit focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry explore how a young leader in... more

Are Grades a Dying Breed of Student Assessment?

Friday, August 30, 2013

by Andy Chandler Grevatt, Learning 2030 Contributor Image © Jeff Pioquinto, SJ   “Weighing the cow doesn’t make it fatter.”  –various origins It’s typical for the high school students of today to experience regular... more

Question Everything, Think Outside The 011000100110111101111000

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Image © saschapohflepp by Mike Maccarone, Learning 2030 Contributor As teachers (of science, in my case) we encourage our students to wonder (and wander) through school, through life, with a curiosity about how it all works. From the seen to the unseen, the... more

High Schoolers Gathering in Learning 2030's Host City are Already Finding a New Way to Learn

Monday, August 26, 2013

by Ed Jernigan, Learning 2030 Advisor At the end of July, 54 former strangers who had met 26 days earlier celebrated meeting challenges, making connections and building a community that will last long after the summer is over. This was the closing banquet of this year's edition... more

What Will My New Grandchild Have Learned by 2030?

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Equinox Summit: Learning 2030 focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry, explore what a leader... more

‘Animating’ a Level Playing Field in Science Education

Monday, August 19, 2013

Equinox Summit: Learning 2030 focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry, explore how, from a very young age, media... more

Understanding Canada’s Skills Gap

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

by John Kershaw, Learning 2030 Advisor (Image © Auburn Alumni Association) Canada has one of the best public education systems in the world. Why, then, do we have a skills gap issue in this country?  And what is the relevance for WGSI's upcoming Learning... more

Post High School Roadblock? The UK’s Great University Gamble

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Equinox Summit: Learning 2030 focuses on the future of high school education, a future that will be influenced by the wider landscape of education issues; from informal to formal education, primary to post-secondary. In this Learning 2030 Blog entry, explore the... more

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