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    CORE Education
    LEARNING TO THRIVE IN A TRANSFORMING WORLD
    31 January
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    Derek Wenmoth

     

     

    Today, education has to be about learning to thrive in a transforming world.

     

     

    How can we nurture and grow our students as learners? How do we enable every child to flourish and lead fulfilling lives?

    Derek Wenmoth explores these questions in the first CORE Blog for 2018, looking at three key areas to help frame your thinking and planning as you prepare to welcome students to the new school year:

    1. Focus on building capabilities
    2. Learning as a disposition
    3. Learning involves everyone

    As Derek always does, he invites us to explore these concepts deeper, by reflecting on the rich questions posed. http://bit.ly/2BkuLXh 

    Children climbing

    What is your school do differently this year to ready your students for an ever-changing world? We'd love to hear more...

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