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Supporting future-oriented learning: A new report

June 12th, 2012

The Ministry of Education has just released a report we prepared for them entitled Supporting future-oriented learning and teaching – a New Zealand perspective.

It’s great to have this work out in the public sphere, and given its focus I think it may be of particular interest to you in our Shifting Thinking community.

The report draws together findings from new data and more than 10 years of research on current practice and futures-thinking in education. It discusses some emerging principles for future learning, how these are currently expressed in New Zealand educational thinking and practice,  and what they could look like in future practice.

We hope that this piece of work can be a platform for continued thinking about the future of learning and teaching in New Zealand and I would be interested to hear from any of you who have a chance to engage with the report (or those of you who might have contributed to the research!)

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  1. | #1

    Hmm, not sure. You could try going here: http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz and look under “latest publications”. I’d be surprised if it is only accessible in NZ??

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    Hi there, all – I can’t seem to activate the link in this post – is that because I’m outside New Zealand? Is there any chance this report is available from another location?

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