Sir Fazle Abed -top 70 alumni networks & 5 scots curious about hi-trust hi-tech
the oecd has some magnificent interviews on what 5 year olds want from education
a smmplified summary of surveys from children in britain and estonia iwas offered 3 dec 2021 - this pdf
which may still be at their website
playcreate learn oecfd earlier this week plyful learning email@example.com
lady is from lego?
See the data, hear the experts
Want to learn about what’s going on in education today – and what education might look like tomorrow?
There’s no better way to find out than through the webinars on education hosted by the OECD.
We’ll share our data and tap our network of education researchers and experts to give you detailed presentations on a wide range of issues, from student performance and well-being, to teachers’ job satisfaction and professionalism, to educating in the era of artificial intelligence.
Best of all, you’ll be able to participate in the discussions and pose questions to the experts. Join us at the place where data and policy making meet. We look forward to “seeing” you on line soon!
The OECD International Early Learning and Child Well-being Study asked over 4 500 five-year-olds what they liked best about their kindergarten or school. Almost all children gave very specific answers, and many explained the reasoning behind their views.
Join our panel of international experts to understand what we can learn from these children and how this can help education systems provide the best possible early learning environments.
Key questions we will address are:
-Why should education leaders and practitioners listen to children’s views, including children in the early years?
-What is the role of play in early cognitive and social-emotional development?
-Is there a trade-off between intentional teaching and learning, and unstructured play?
– Dr Cristina Stringher, Early Childhood Research, INVALSI
– Dr Bo Stjerne Thomsen, Chair of Learning Through Play, LEGO Foundation
– Dr Roberta Golinkoff, School of Education, University of Delaware
– Andreas Schleicher, OECD Director for Education and Skills
Friday 3 December 2021
13:00 (Paris time)