In The Problem Solvers, a recent publication from the Open Ideas at Pearson series, we see evidence of a growing global learning movement: excellent schools, of all types, engaging students in dynamic learning. Importantly, each school approaches education in a slightly different way. What they share is an understanding that the best learning is dynamic; taking place in environments where skilled educators orchestrate an ever-changing combination of important elements to support learning, incorporating knowledge and agency, the personal and the social.
You are warmly invited to learn more about The Problem Solvers, share your own classroom experiences, and join a workshop exploring how dynamic learning can be applied and scaled in your school. Vikki Weston, from Pearson's research unit, and Karine George, veteran educator and trainer, will introduce you to the concept of dynamic learning and its implications for teaching, learning and assessment, and then facilitate a workshop where you will get the chance to:
• construct your own concepts of dynamic learning
• discuss implications for teacher preparation and development
• discuss how you can introduce and scale dynamic learning in your own classrooms and schools.
Book your place now
Note that places are limited to two people per school