Learning and Teaching at Gilson College

Learning for living, Character for life, Hope for the Future

Making progress toward a 21st-century education

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Continuing to define a vision for a “21st-century education” and the skill-set it comprises is the subject of this blog post by teacher Adam Bellow. Important shifts in education are under way, Bellow writes, with a move toward anytime-anywhere learning that utilizes technology as well as the world outside the classroom. “I feel (and hope) that education will continue to become more about questions rather than answers. Passion and inquiry should drive education, because they drive imagination and innovation,” he writes.

This news summary appeared in SmartBrief on EdTech on 06/27/2012
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Author: Sandra England

Learning & Teaching Coordinator F-12 at Gilson College, an Adventist Schools Victoria school. Twitter: @GCLandT or @sandy_e

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