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    CORE Education
    Making future-oriented change less frightening for your school community
    4 October
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    Meet Stephanie Pride
     

    Most educators know that the ways our learners need to learn in order to thrive are very different from the ways their parents, caregivers or even older siblings learned. This session will walk you through a set of tried and tested futures tools and techniques that you can use to engage your school community in conversations about what the future might look like and why learning needs to be different right now - and how it's OK to let go of what school used to be.

    How do you prepare your parents, whānau and wider community for the changes in your school? Information (newsletters, pānui, hui), consultation or collaboration? We'd love to hear more. 

    To join in this conversation, simply join edSpace, and the uLearn discussion group to post in this discussion below.

    Stephanie Pride

    About Stephanie

    Stephanie Pride is a professional futurist who heads StratEDGY Strategic Foresight, a consultancy helping sectors, organisations and communities anticipate and adjust to change. She has worked in New Zealand, Australia and the UK and currently has a particular focus on the changing nature of work.

    Prior to setting up StratEDGY, Stephanie designed and led the State Service Commission’s Futures Programme for the state sector and was Chief Advisor for Secondary Futures, the New Zealand arm of the OECD Schooling for Tomorrow programme.

    In addition to client work, Stephanie has initiated a number of public good futures events to help build futures literacy for all. She has served on the board of the international Shaping Tomorrow Foresight Network and the New Zealand Futures Trust. She is a member of the Association of Professional Futurists and the World Future Studies Federation.

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