There is a lot of talk these days about the uncertainty of our world and the stress of navigating what many business experts refer to as a VUCA environment. VUCA stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous.
Student-centered learning suggests that learning starts in the hands of students. That’s not so. Any learner-centered environment is the product of careful analysis and planning, which always begins with one person: the teacher.
In this first of a series of conversations on critical topics in education and innovation, Anthony Mackay is joined by University College London Emeritus Professor and CIEB International Advisor Dylan Wiliam to discuss his recent book Creating the Schools Our Children Need.
As employers clamor for better-prepared workers, some states tiptoe into teaching kids employability skills.
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