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Title: The future of learning: preparing for change
Authors: Redeker, Christine
Leis, Miriam
Leendertse, Matthijs
Punie, Yves
Gijsbers, Govert
Kirschner, Paul A.
Stoyanov, Slavi
Hoogveld, Bert
Keywords: life long learning strategies
school education
personalisation
collaboration
e-portfolio's
social networks
open educational resources
flexible environments
online educational resources
Issue Date: 19-Mar-2012
Series/Report no.: JRC Scientific and Terchnical Reports;EUR 24960 EN
Abstract: To contribute to this vision-building process, JRC-IPTS on behalf of DG Education and Culture launched a foresight study on “The Future of Learning: New Ways to Learn New Skills for Future Jobs”, in 2009. This study continues and extends IPTS work done in 2006-2008 on “Future Learning Spaces” (Punie et al., 2006, Punie & Ala-Mutka, 2007, Miller et al., 2008). It is made up of different vision building exercises, involving different stakeholder groups ranging from policy makers, and scientists to educators and learners. The majority of these stakeholder consultations were implemented on behalf of by a consortium led by TNO of the Netherlands with partners at the Open University of the Netherlands and Atticmedia, UK. The detailed results of these stakeholder discussions have been published in dedicated reports (cf. Ala-Mutka et al., 2010; Stoyanov et al., 2010; Redecker et al., 2010a). This report synthesizes and discusses the insights collected. It identifies key factors for change that emerge at the interface of the visions painted by different stakeholder groups and arranges them into a descriptive vision of the future of learning in 2020-2030. In a second step, the report discusses future solutions to pending challenges for European Education and Training systems and outlines policy options. Based on the descriptive vision presented in the first part, a normative vision is developed of an ideal learning future, in which all citizens are enabled to develop their talents to the best and to foster their own wellbeing and prosperity as well as that of the society they live in as active citizens. Strategies fostering such a vision and the policy implications supporting it are presented and discussed.
Description: Redecker, C., Leis, M., Leendertse, M., Punie, Y., Gijsbers, G., Kirschner, P. A., Stoyanov, S., & Hoogveld, A. W. M. (2011). The future of learning: preparing for change. Luxembourg, Joint Research Centre and Institute for Prospective Technological Studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/4196
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