Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Elizabeth Craker
    How might design thinking help lifelong learning?
    14 August
    Public discussion Created by Elizabeth Craker

    This is where we invite you to engage in discussions around transformational learning and the implications for you based on the breakfast seminar you’ve attended.

     

    There will be a series of discussions on relation to differing themes are related to transformational learning. We'd love to hear what this mean for you. For example, has anything from the seminar inspired shifts in thinking or practice for you?

     

    To consider and comment beforehand...

    • What do we consider to be the key skills / attributes / dispositions of lifelong learning?
    • What practices or activities do we use to explicitly foster the skills of lifelong learning?
    - By Philippa
      • Philippa
        By Philippa
        Aug 14

        To consider and comment beforehand...

        • What do we consider to be the key skills / attributes / dispositions of lifelong learning?
        • What practices or activities do we use to explicitly foster the skills of lifelong learning?
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