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Posted by: Elizabeth Craker on the 04/10/2012
Guy's message certainly validates the fantastic approaches we're seeing in so many classrooms where teachers are using the key competencies to represent a holistic view of students learning pathways. He's such an inspiration!
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Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
Great to have this video. Guy really provokes thinking around a number of things so good to have this video online so you revisit and chunck a bit at a tme.
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Guy's message certainly
Posted by: Elizabeth Craker on the 04/10/2012
Guy's message certainly validates the fantastic approaches we're seeing in so many classrooms where teachers are using the key competencies to represent a holistic view of students learning pathways. He's such an inspiration!
Reply
Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
Great to have this video. Guy really provokes thinking around a number of things so good to have this video online so you revisit and chunck a bit at a tme.
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Speaker: Guy Claxton

Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

Centre for Real-World Learning
The University of Winchester

Views 31,409
Date added: 17 Apr 2012
Duration: 55:13

Can schools prepare you for anything?

Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

Centre for Real-World Learning
The University of Winchester

Views 31,409 Date added: 03/10/2012

Can schools prepare you for anything?

Date added: 03/10/2012

Can schools prepare you for anything?

Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

Centre for Real-World Learning
The University of Winchester

Views 31,409 Date added: 03/10/2012

Can schools prepare you for anything?

Date added: 03/10/2012
Guy's message certainly
Posted by: Elizabeth Craker on the 04/10/2012
Guy's message certainly validates the fantastic approaches we're seeing in so many classrooms where teachers are using the key competencies to represent a holistic view of students learning pathways. He's such an inspiration!
Reply
Posted by: Anonymous on the 04/10/2012
Great to have this video. Guy really provokes thinking around a number of things so good to have this video online so you revisit and chunck a bit at a tme.
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