What vision do you want for the future of learning? At KnowledgeWorks we’re striving for a future of learning that provides each child and adult involved in education with the opportunities and supports they need to thrive. When we asked attendees at a recent webinar focused on human-centered learning what they wanted for the future of learning, we heard similar and related aspirations.
- “Equity in opportunity for all people to achieve best version of themselves.”
- “For our students to truly love learning!”
- “A future where all children are encouraged to be curious and engaged in their life upon this planet.”
How do we make these aspirations a reality?
“We need to align educational structures, policies, practices and learning experiences around the flourishing and well-being of people while cultivating responsibility for society and the planet,” said Katherine Prince, co-author of Envisioning Human-Centered Learning Systems, during the webinar.
She went on to share the four essential elements of human-centered learning:
- Education liberates young people to participate fully in society
- Schools organize for love and belonging
- Leadership is intentionally inclusive and co-creative
- Learning becomes a lifelong personal practice
Watch a recording of the webinar for more information about strategies that can help people bring this vision to life and to learn more about what human-centered learning could mean for the future of learning.
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