• Lucija Barisic

Initial VISION (Priorities & Future Implications) - Consolidated Report

Over the past year, the VISION project has gained insights from multiple experts around the world through more than 130 interviews and 9 workshops on the future shifts that impact a number of areas, including the future of work, digitalisation, social innovation and creative learning. These have been synthesised, shared, and refined to provide a view of how the training of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship (CIE) will evolve over the next decade.


These workshops have helped us identify five key emerging narratives (A to E) for the future of CIE learning:


A: IMMERSIVE LEARNING


Learning becomes more of an immersive, experimental experience. It takes place in more creative spaces, focuses on the big challenges and is supported by new tech. The impact of learning within the ‘real-world’ is prioritised and amplified.


B: STUDENT AT THE CENTRE


Learning is redesigned to put the student, not the system, more at the centre. Better, personalised, unbundled learning includes more peer-to-peer and hybrid experiences. Assessing impact at the individual level from multiple learning sources is key.


C: LEARNING AT WORK


There is a rise in on the job education and learning by doing as part of life-long upskilling. Much of this occurs in a digital context with innovative financing. Project based learning, reskilling and upskilling are at the fore.


D: REINVENTION OF ROLE FOR TEACHERS


Teachers cease to be content-sources as they become more flexible, act as coaches and mentors and increasingly support the development of both hard and soft skills. New teacher competencies are prioritised with a wider supporting toolkit.


View the full report here.

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Project Number: 612537-EPP-1-2019-1-SI-EPPKA2-KA

Project Duration: January 2020 - December 2021

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