How can we ensure that we not only prepare young people for the 21st century, but also provide learning experiences that will support them in shaping what the future will look like in productive, collaborative, sustainable and positive ways?
We’ll also be discussing:
- How do we view the purpose of primary and secondary education and does the current system support and foster this view?
- How do certain aspects of the current system inhibit or prevent this view of education?
- Have different schools found alternative ways of circumventing certain pressures and restrictions?
- How could we alter the current system to help promote a more positive, collaborative and productive set of relationships, outcomes and educational experiences?
- Do we need to develop more localised, collaborative and supportive approaches to accountability and quality assurance, rather than systems that focus more on notions of blame and restricted views of performance measurement and learning?
Our event will include teachers, practitioners, policy-makers, academics and a wide range of people who care about and are involved in the process of education. We hope that this workshop will not only inspire our thinking about teaching and learning, but also open up collaborative and creative ways of viewing the future of education.
- The film screening will begin at 16:00 (registration opens at 15:30), followed by hot food and drinks at 17:30.
- The panel discussion will be between 18:00 – 20:00 and we’ll finish with a drinks reception within the museum from 20:00.
If you have already seen the film, you may wish to join us from 17:30 for the panel discussion only.
Most Likely To Succeed
A thought-provoking documentary feature film that reveals the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today's innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize education as we know it, inspiring school communities to reimagine what students and teachers are capable of.
Places are limited, if you would like to join us for this free event, please register a ticket in advance.
If you have any questions, or to let us know of any access requirements, severe nut allergies, or reasonable adjustments you may have, please contact Chris McLean FRSA: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is held in association with the RSA, University of Manchester, eCAPH and Fred Longworth High School.
Location: Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL