Joanne Quinn unpacks whole-system change

How can we change our education systems to give young people the skills they need to become global citizens?
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Joanne Quinn is co-founder and global director of New Pedagogies For Deep Learning, a global partnership focused on transforming learning.

In this podcast, Joanne discusses her recent work with the Victorian Department of Education and Training. She talks about the shift to ‘good at learning and good at life’ – developing young people who are good problem-solvers and critical thinkers, and who can connect globally.

Discover Joanne's thoughts on collaborative cultures, learning from the work, the importance of having a common language and expectations around learning and teaching, and the role of technology in driving better teaching and learning outcomes.

Length: 27:00

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Last updated 12 April 2022