Educational problems are pretty much the same world-wide. Perhaps the problems occur at slightly different times, or perhaps interest in particular areas of skill or learning are simply a function of some global political arena. The bottom line is that education reformers and researchers must not only share but read and stay abreast of who challenges are met in other parts of the globe. The Internet has brought the world together as never before. American researchers and policy makers can no longer ignore ignore successful programs from elsewhere in the world. The “Kiwis” appear to have taken the lead in virtual education for P-12 education. American educators, read and learn.
And a third Kiwi item…
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Supporting future-oriented learning and teaching – a New Zealand perspective
This research report draws together findings from new data and more than 10 years of research on current practice and futures-thinking in education. It was commissioned by the Ministry of Education to support its programme of work to develop a vision of what future-oriented education could look like for New Zealand learners.Secondary Literacy Project (2009-2011) – Mt Albert Grammar
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