🗒️ Why Education

Inspired by the work of Yuval Noah Harari, Mike Crowley argues that education needs to allow learner to have a say and make a difference.


For Juliet Revell it all comes back to relationships and connections.


Michael Anderson argues that we are losing our why with the focus on testing:

For schools and school leaders this means interrogating everything through the prism of deep learning. Is the curriculum, leadership and organization focused on learning or is it focused on extrinsic forces such as logistics and bus timetables? For instance the division of ‘curricula’ and ‘co-curricula’ activities makes no sense from a learning perspective. There is deep learning in netball, AFL and the dance ensemble about collaboration and communication but often schools partition these off from the curriculum.

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