We live in a rapidly changing and complex social and digital world – how is this changing the way we think about the kind of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment needed to educate future generations? As you interact with other students on this module, and engage critically with a range of media and published research, you’ll consider current views of education across the globe. From there, you’ll start to form your own vision of how educators can effectively prepare students for their place in the future.
This Learning and Teaching – Educating the Next Generation module from The Open University was designed to draw on your interest in formal or informal education of children and young people aged between 3 and 19, as well as contribute to your current role or future roles in education. We’ll support you in professional development planning as part of the module’s activities. We’ll encourage you to explicitly reflect on and develop your digital information literacy skills, as you consider their value in your professional context.
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