New Pedagogies for Deep Learning

The New Pedagogies for Deep Learning initiative aims to articulate and demonstrate how the potential for learning can be realized through new pedagogies in a digital-rich society. This initiative, which is seeking involvement of schools from multiple countries across the globe, aims to address the key challenge of improving teaching and learning practice to lead to more successful futures for all students.

Schools within participating groups/clusters will build clarity of “New Pedagogies for Deep Learning” and build capacity to shift practices. The schools will act as the driving force and share their learning on ‘what works’ both nationally and internationally.

The project is being led by the global team comprising Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachan. They are working with the Consortium for Education Change (CEC) to coordinate and support groups/clusters of participating schools in the United States.

How does it work?

Learn more details about the initiative and how your school or district can participate.

What does it mean for students?

Learn how the initiative is working to meet the mission that students deserve to learn deeply and how the initiative will meet that need by supporting whole systems to transform learning, make a positive impact and grasp opportunities that will lead to success in life for students.

What are the supports available?

Learn about the types of supports that are available through CEC and the NPDL initiative.

How to join?

Learn more about how to join this international initiative.

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