LANE CLARK'S CONGRESS SPEECH 1 (SINGAPORE PREMIERE)
THE FUTURE OF PEDAGOGY: LEARNING HOW TO LEARN
CONGRESS | 18 APR 2019
If it is our goal to develop ‘a vibrant and successful knowledge economy’; to see our students truly engaged in their learning, enabled and empowered to both learn about established knowledge and as importantly to ‘do knowledge work’; if we are keen to see our learners skilled and ready to substantively participate and contribute to their world, we need to re-think what we are doing, and how we are doing what we are doing, in schools.
• We need to teach our kids how to learn through a comprehensive learning process that mirrors the way in which learning occurs in the outside world so that they can take responsibility for, and control of, their own learning.
• We need to ensure that intellectual rigor, depth of knowledge and understanding, authentic, relevant, engaging and purposeful curriculum are our priorities.
• We need to change the way learning is planned, designed, implemented, assessed and evaluated. We need to transcend our current vision of teaching and learning for our kids and transform our practice!
In this keynote, Lane will challenge your current approach to delivering curriculum and offer a refreshing, necessary and practical approach to re-thinking and re-engineering how teachers teach and how learners learn.
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