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What we are Learning from Educational Research

The narratives and metrics of success and achievement that shape people’s aspirations, choices and behaviors are becoming increasingly detrimental to individual and social health and are contributing to growing toxicity in systems and institutions.  (Forecast-5-futue-learning-drivers-change-poster Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2018).

Exponential advances in digital technologies are changing our world at an unprecedented pace. (Education in the Era of Partners in Code Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2015).

School formats will continue to shift from fixed structures largely organized around administrative convenience to fluid network – and relationship – based formats reflecting learners needs, interests, and goals.  (Education in the Era of Partners in Code Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2015).

Education administration will shift from managing discrete organizations to facilitating seamless collaboration across diverse learning ecosystems.  (Education in the Era of Partners in Code Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2015).

As communities and individuals struggle to adapt to shifting conditions, learning ecosystems comprised of many kinds of organizations and resources will help the education sector adapt to changing needs.  (Education in the Era of Partners in Code Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2015).

Algorithms and artificial intelligence are becoming increasingly embedded in our lives. They are automating many of our experiences, services and interactions with one another to achieve efficiency and personalization and are raising questions related to trust, bias and individual agency.   Forecast-5-futue-learning-drivers-change-poster Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2018).

Individuals, nonprofits and volunteer organizations are flexing their civic muscles. They are using participatory media, machine learning and data analytics to fill a growing governance gap, with hopes of reweaving the social fabric and redefining civic engagement.  (Forecast-5-futue-learning-drivers-change-poster Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2018).

Migration patterns, small-scale production and efforts to grow placed-based and cultural assets are combining to reshape community landscapes in response to economic transition and climate volatility.  (Forecast-5-futue-learning-drivers-change-poster CincinnatiKnowledgeWorks, 2018).

Rapid advances in technology and neuroscience are combining to transform our cognitive abilities in intended and unintended ways. They are shaping how we partner with digital tools, relate with one another and engage with our surroundings.  (Forecast-5-futue-learning-drivers-change-poster Cincinnati: KnowledgeWorks, 2018).

 

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