The Big Think: Future ready project learning
Presenter(s): Dr John Taylor
Future ready project learning: the route to developing creative, flexible and innovative learners
Join Dr John Taylor, Director of Learning, Teaching and Innovation at Cranleigh School as he discusses the role project work can play in facilitating deeper learning and asks whether it is the job of teachers to pass on subject knowledge to the younger generation, or rather, to equip them with the skills they need to be creative, flexible, innovative learners, able to find answers for themselves that go beyond what is on the curriculum or what will be assessed in the next test?
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About the presenter
Dr John Taylor, BA, PGCE, DPhil, BPhil is Director of Learning, Teaching and Innovation at Cranleigh School, with responsibility for the development of independent learning. He is an experienced teacher, trainer and consultant with experience of working with international schools to develop project programmes. Dr Taylor works closely with staff, providing professional development opportunities and organising and leading CPD in areas connected to independent learning and he is one of the principal architects of the Extended Project Qualification and other project-based qualifications in the UK.
For: Senior leaders, senior leadership teams, school owners