The 21st Century Learning Process

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 30 June 2020
Notice reference #: 1HA8fs

The learning process has been very simple for the last 300 years and suddenly it has become far more complex. The simple process of  read- remember- recall resulted in learners remembering knowledge as the end point. Now the end point can be far more complex. The implications of the shift in complexity of learning means learners now have to apply a far more complex learning process.

This more sophisticated learning process is gradually introduced to learners over the first ten years of schooling. The five developmental stages of learning increases in sophistication over the time that learners are at school.

In this session Mark will unpack the learning process and model the shifts in that process and the implications for learners.


Events summary


07 August 2020 – 07 August 2020

Further information

Contact: Ruth Dalgarno

 (09) 835 0912