*The live event has now passed but you can still register for [RE]LEARN to receive links to the recorded live stream as well as our supplementary video series of nine interviews with experts and thought leaders from across the globe.
The capability to learn remotely (online) has been around for about two decades. Some organisations and countries have recognised these options for much of this time. While many courses for adults have been available online for some time now, many politicians and educators have rarely explored the opportunities of remote learning for school-aged children. Perhaps they have not wanted to unsettle the education status quo where the traditional paradigms for schooling have limped forwards sufficiently to pretend there has not been a growing crisis in education.
But now, in the space of a few weeks, the world has radically changed. Hundreds of millions of children have been locked down in their homes across the world, with just a few lucky enough to access some level of ongoing online learning support. In many cases however, teachers remain as inexperienced in online learning as their classes.
It is time to take stock of the current realities and invent a future that explores the opportunities that remote learning can offer. There is one catch though. To do this, we must have the same determination to create a new paradigm for online learning, and not just an online version of traditional schooling.
Join us for an online conversation including four 15 minute presentations from global leaders in this field, followed by a live Q&A session. To supplement this, there will also be an additional six pre-recorded interviews with other practitioners, commentators and experts. This supplementary video interview series will be available on learnlife.com after the event.
Date: Tuesday 7 April (the live stream event has now passed)
Register for [RE]LEARN to receive links to the recorded live stream as well as our supplementary video series of nine interviews with experts and thought leaders from across the globe.
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