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Culture of innovation

Posted on 10 Sep 2010 with 0 comments
21st century skills Innovation

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Developing a culture of innovation in education can be quite challenging, especially in an era of higher accountability for teaching, learning and achievement. However, as society continues to restructure due to the effects of technological innovation and use, cultural bodies, such as education, do need to realign to the requirements for knowledge and skills in our times. DERN began in March 2010 with the thought provoking Australian Education Review 56, Building Innovation: Learning with technologies by Associate Professor Dr Kathryn Moyle. As the case for education to adapt teaching and learning to 21st century skills becomes stronger, then innovation in education becomes imperative. Bernie Trilling and Charles Fadel (2009) have made that case extremely well in their book 21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our Times.

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