One of the most powerful key note presentations at the recent Learning Environments Australasia conference in Sydney came from Peter Hutton who was the principal at Templestowe College in Melbourne.
The education revolution is not about 5 Cs or snappy furniture, or visible learning, positive psychology or PBL or any other shiny objects or programs rather it is about empowering learners, flexibility and deep integration with community.
How are we going in the ‘empowering learners’ stakes? Does your learning community include the learners in decision making processes?
The Quality Schools Survey has provided students with an opportunity to let us know what is working for them and what can be done differently.
Analyzing the results of the survey provides a great opportunity to listen to their thoughts, dig deeper into their responses with them and work towards greater empowerment.
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