'Creating a New Success'–Kāhui Ako and School Leaders Forum, Charles Fadel
Be on the front-edge of the wave; step back, reflect and adapt now as we progress further into the 21st century.
You do not want to miss this opportunity to engage with Charles Fadel, global education leader and Harvard scholar, about ‘Relevant Learning Competencies for better futures.’
Have you been thinking about:
- What knowledge, skills and character qualities matter for an age of Artificial Intelligence?
- What do we drop off the curriculum, the hard choice to make?
- How should we readjust content, pedagogical and learner focus?
- What are the responsibilities of teachers, students and parents in learning?
Take this opportunity to engage with Charles Fadel, https://curriculumredesign.org/about/team/#charles global education leader and Harvard scholar, to accelerate your thinking as you work through these important leadership questions.
'If we are not careful, we risk causing more of a mess by holding on to too many outdated content areas. We need crisp, clear frameworks and well-designed competencies at large,' Charles Fadel, October 2018, in a personal communication.
Find out more about Charles Fadel’s work through the following links.
- A global education thought leader and futurist, author and inventor, with many active affiliations www.youtube.com/watch?v=telJ8yDCtBg
- Research by Fadel’s Center is the cornerstone of the OECD 2030 Learning Framework www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYLDXaqjaDQ
- Notably, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority is a member of Fadel’s Center Assessment Research Consortium. https://curriculumredesign.org/assessment- research-consortium/
• Participants will receive a free, redistributable pdf copy of CCR’s book Four-Dimensional Education.
When: 6–7 March 2019, 9.30am–3.30pm.
Where: Sancta Maria College Hall, Auckland.
• Early-bird price, before 20 December 2018, $250+GST
• After 20 December price, $300 + GST.
Register here: http://bit.ly/registrationleadersforum
More info here http://bit.ly/createanewsuccess
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Brian Annan (021) 659 302 or Mary Wootton (021) 140 0053.
Contact: Mary Wootton
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