Publication type: Working paper – expertise – study
Title: Futures of education : learning to become : how should what we learn, how we learn, and where we learn change in the future?
Authors: Arvanitis, Eugenia
Bauer, Michelle
Covarrugias Vengas, Barbara
Crameri, Amanda
D’Amato, Gianni
Davione, Eric
Farrar, Jillaine
Glaveanu, Vlad
Grünenfelder, Rea
Hassi, Abderrahman
Lambelet, Anne-Claude
Lezou Koffi, Aimée-Danielle
Ogay, Tania
Pechr, Judit
Saudelli, Mary Gene
Schärli-Lim, Susan
Shaules, Joseph
Spencer-Oatey, Helen
Stalder, Pia
Touhami, Alaeddine
Zittoun, Tania
et. al: Yes
Extent: 11
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2021
Publisher / Ed. Institution: UNESCO/SIETAR Switzerland
Language: English
Subject (DDC): 370: Education
Abstract: Connecting minds and enhancing diversity are key to moving from mere awareness to fostering both inclusion and innovativeness in our futures of education. Inequalities around the globe are not new and neither are calls for more inclusiveness. Change needs to be educational, cultural, and political. Action is the responsibility of every one of us. This UNESCO Futures of Education: Learning to Become Stakeholder Focus Group, cofacilitated by Anne-Claude Lambelet, past president SIETAR Switzerland, and Jillaine Farrar, vice president SIETAR Switzerland, focused on how what we learn, how we learn, and where we learn will change in the future. Specialists contributed to the focus group from the fields of intercultural, inclusion, diversity, migration, human resources, international management, pedagogy, didactics, online training, and peace education.
Further description: A SIETAR Switzerland contribution to UNESCO’s futures of education initiative
URI: https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/news/rethinking-education-intercultural-lens-contribution-coordinated-society-intercultural
https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/22371
License (according to publishing contract): Licence according to publishing contract
Departement: Health Professions
Organisational Unit: Institute of Nursing (IPF)
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