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“We have moved from a world where your community was about where you lived, where you grew up, whom your ancestors were and are. Community now is morphing into something that is much more global, much more boundary crossing, and in some ways much more self-created. 206 more words

School That Can Change The World

Pursuits of an Education Revolution

Alexandra Crosby of the University of Technology Sydney, work shop session “Valuing student voices when exploring, creating and planning for the future of Australian higher education” has reignited personal exploration of education futures. 588 more words


Public education past, present and future

Public education began in the middle of the 19th Century’s industrial revolution. There were mixed reviews on introducing the education system, as some people believed children could not be taught. 184 more words


The Eduspire Presuppositions

The twelve Eduspire Presuppositions are designed to provide the basis for a paradigm of education that can support the societal paradigm shift that is already taking place… 326 more words


Comparing paradigms of education

Following on from my previous post (Introducing the “education spectrum”), I have listed in the table below some of the key values (i.e. what is considered important) held by those operating at either end of the education spectrum. 466 more words


What is the purpose of school?

Firstly, it is pointless to discuss the purpose or usefulness of school without considering it in the context of what is happening in society. I see a paradigm shift taking place: a fundamental change in the way in which we view life and ourselves. 929 more words