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    CORE Education
    Announcing Ten Trends 2020
    12 May
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    How exciting, the same week we hear the country is coming out of Lockdown and heading into Level 2, we learn that CORE's Ten Trends 2020 are on their way!

    Ten trends over the years For the past 15 years, the team at CORE Education have analysed trends and influences that we anticipate will have a growing impact upon education in New Zealand into the future. This year as a result of Covid-19 global pandemic and the need to isolate ourselves in school, work and play; learning centres have had to find new ways of engaging with learners. Now we can see a real opportunity to locate the Ten Trends in the context of the conversations about the changes we're likely to see (or would like to see) in our education system moving forward.

    In fact, these conversations are being had right now. Some of you have may have seen Claire Amos (Principal), on TV1 last night talking about changes to a more flexible model (and timetable) at Albany Senior High School that better supports students have more choice and control over their own learning. After all, students have been required to manage their learning remotely from a distance for the past several weeks.

    All of this has brought into clear focus the five key themes (Structures, Process, Economic, Cultural, Technology) that lie at the heart of our Ten Trends framework. So this year, as well as looking forward; we’ve focused more on the themes themselves, and pulled together a view of the specific examples we’ve identified over the past 15 years within each of these.

    Our intention is to promote informed discussions with you, so that we, as a profession, are equipped with the knowledge and understandings to make wise choices and decisions in our places of learning, as we look ahead. We’d love to get your feedback on how you’ve found these trends helpful – particularly in light of shifts in teaching and learning due to Covid-19.

    Join the CORE Ten Trends group and tell us how you see the Ten Trends becoming part of your learning conversations and/or changes ahead as students start to resume school again soon.

    Enjoy the introductory video with Derek Wenmoth (produced remotely) explaining the five key themes in context - and look out for when these trends will become available on our website

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