The Learning Innovation Cycle. The Learning Innovation Cycle: How Disruption Creates Lasting Change by Terry Heick Disruption is an interesting topic for the same reason that cowboys, gangsters, and villains are interesting.
It’s unpredictable. Problematic. Against the grain. It’s kind of aging as a buzzword in the ‘education space,’ but it’s other-worldly powerful, and there are few things education needs more. “Companies pursue these “sustaining innovations” at the higher tiers of their markets because this is what has historically helped them succeed: by charging the highest prices to their most demanding and sophisticated customers at the top of the market, companies will achieve the greatest profitability.
I usually think of disruption as any change that forces itself substantially on existing power sets. In education, most of the talk around disruptive innovation revolves around education technology, owing to the potential scale of these technologies, and desperation of education to revise itself. 1. 2. 3. Critical Maths for Innovative Societies. IPAA Report Sharing the Future Through Co Creation Final. ITL Research. Incubation Strategy. Innovative Strategies for Small and Remote Schools A Literature Review 14m1v16. Innovative Strategies for Small and Remote Schools A Literature Review 14m1v16.
Entrepreneurial learning and assessment within general capabilities in Australian curriculum - Innovative approach to learning and teaching for the future (2015) CMK Futures. Resources: Project Collections, Tutorials, and Inspiration - Invent To Learn. Playbook. 6 Lessons for Schools From Start-Up Incubators. Schools have been called upon to empower the next generation of innovators and job creators.
Nowhere is this more true than in the Middle East where youth make up over 40 percent of the adult population, yet where we have the highest unemployment rate in the world. Over the past four years, I have worked with a network of schools and community partners to build entrepreneurial education programs for youth in the United Arab Emirates. In the process, I met with many entrepreneurs and visited numerous co-working spaces, incubators, and accelerators. At the beginning of this journey, meeting with an entrepreneur or visiting an accelerator felt like walking through the looking glass. I am a third generation educator. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Does your school have an innovation strategy? Innovation is a word that gets thrown around a lot, and because of this, the true extent of its power can get lost and heaped among the other buzz words so common in education headlines.
Some schools, like St Paul’s School, located in Bald Hills, Queensland, and Saint Stephens College, located on the state’s Gold Coast, are two schools that separated the wheat from the chaff when it comes to ed-tech and educational innovation. Last year, St Paul’s School, located in Bald Hills, Queensland, was recognised as one of the world’s top 100 innovative educational institutions by one of the University of Cambridge’s most influential bodies. Likewise, Saint Stephens College is recognised as a leader in technology enhanced education and has received multiple awards for its digital teaching and learning practices. So for schools, the creativity they employ when using everything from digital devices to learning spaces can produce a meaningful impact on student outcomes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Victorian schools that have caught the attention of Finland. The Hands on Learning cafe is among 10 Victorian innovations that have caught the attention of Finnish not-for-profit HundrED.
While policy makers and politicians from around the world often look to Finland to improve their schools, the organisation has been studying what's happening in Victorian classrooms. Last year, HundrED which receives funding from the Finnish government, chose the "education state" as its first location for a new project that identifies innovations and then shares them with the world. It has spent the past 10 months weighing up the state’s best education initiatives and will now publish guidelines to help other schools implement similar ideas. Other Victorian projects on the list include; A parent-run alternative school in picturesque bushland in Hurstbridge called the Learning Co-Operative School.The Luminaria Education Model, which aims to prepare children for a future world. There has been movement amongst the states heavy hitting schools since last year. Te innovative schools 2017. Inside the Google for Education Certified Innovator program. Garreth Wigg, Student Innovation, ICT and Administration Coordinator at St Gregory's Primary School, Queanbeyan, provides personal insights into the Google for Education Innovation Academy in Sydney and shares his emerging Innovation Project.
The Google for Education Certified Innovator program The Google for Education Certified Innovator program promotes itself as a unique and highly engaging experience for educators to take their teaching practice to new heights. Developing innovative thinkers and positive risk-takers. Helen Yip offers insight and advice on how to embed creativity into classroom learning and teaching, with a focus on the nature of contemporary artmaking practice as an evolving process of research and experimentation - informing and developing students’ own practice as artists.
Empowering student creativity Albert Einstein once argued that ‘creativity is intelligence having fun’, alluding to the parallels between science and art in advancing society through innovative thinking, experiments, technologies, creations and ways of perceiving and responding to the world. My parents didn’t think so, however, when I told them that I was going to study Art Education at university.
‘What do you mean?’ They asked, perplexed. Today’s globalised society underlines our role as teachers to actively teach our students to become autonomous, empowered creative and critical thinkers, risk-takers, solution-seekers and agents of change in their digitally-saturated, perpetually-transforming world. 1. 2. 3. Entrepreneurial Learning. 'Entrepreneurial Learning' at Canley Vale High School (4 mins 31 sec) journey encourages personalised educational experiences through the application of entrepreneurial learning, where students have recently created an innovative learning environment in their school library.
Transcript of 'Entrepreneurial Learning' at Canley Vale High School video Location: Prospect Rd, Canley Vale Level: Secondary School, Year 7 to Year 12 Enrolment: 1485 students – 95% of students language background other than English (LBOTE) School libraries as incubators – where good ideas hatch. Sunny South shares her journey of discovery with school libraries as incubators!
Create and connect School libraries need to be much more than a repository for books and print resources to maintain their relevance in the digital age.