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The Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) does extensive research work which covers learning at all ages, from birth to old age. It goes beyond the formal education system. While having a particular concern with emerging trends and issues, CERI reflects on the futures of schools and universities. CERI often has a longer timeframe than most work, typically aiming to set an agenda for the future, with a goal to ensure that the work is thoroughly integrated with empirical analysis and innovation awareness. Specific emphasis is put on accumulating statistical evidence to the value of its research work.  Read more about CERI's Activities.

 What's New: 

 24-25 March 2014, São Paulo, Brazil - High Level Policy Forum "Skills for Social Progress"  This Forum will be jointly hosted by the Ministry of Education of BrazilOECD and Instituto Ayrton Senna.  The Forum will bring together education leaders from around the world, to discuss ways to better prepare our children in face the diverse socioeconomic challenges of the 21stcentury.
     

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International Convention on the Science of Learning, Shanghai (PR China) 1-6 March 2014http://www.fe.hku.hk/SoLconvention

Science of Learning Symposium 
Dialogue on Science of Learning
International Forum on Science of Learning and Innovation in Education 
 Trends Spotlight 1 Ageing Societies

Trends Spotlight #1: Ageing Societies

Trends Spotlight # 2: Body and Society

The Trends Shaping Education Spotlight is a recurring series of briefs that highlight specific themes from Trends Shaping Education 2013 that are of particular interest to policy makers and practitioners.

 >> Blog: Our Ageing Societies

 >> Blog:  Body and Society

 >> Publication: Trends Shaping Education 2013

 ‌Leadership for 21st Century Learning Leadership for 21st Century Learning

This is the latest of the influential series of OECD reports on Innovative Learning Environments. "Learning leadership" is fundamental because it is about setting direction, taking responsibility for putting learning at the centre and keeping it there. This becomes increasingly complex in 21st century settings, calling for innovation and going beyond the heroics of individual leaders. 

 >> Blog: Leadership for 21st Century Learning

 

 Innovative Learning Environments

Innovative Learning Environments 

This new book presents a wealth of international material and features a new framework for understanding learning environments. Based on 40 in-depth case studies of powerful 21st century learning environments that have taken the innovation journey; it is richly illustrated by many local examples and is produced from the research findings of the CERI Innovative Learning 

 >> Blog: Designing 21st century learning environments

 

Art for Arts Sake?

>> Publication: Art for Art's Sake? The Impact of Arts Education  Arts education is often said to be a means of developing critical and creative thinking. Arts education has also been argued to enhance performance in non-arts academic subjects such as mathematics, science, reading and writing, and to strengthen students’ academic motivation, self-confidence, and ability to communicate and co-operate effectively.

 

 >> Blog: Arts education in innovation-driven societies

 >> Blog:  Art for Art’s Sake? A gift to philanthropists and policymakers

Connected Minds

>> Publication: Connected Minds - In all OECD countries, digital media and connectedness are integral to the lives of today’s learners.  This book contributes to the debate about the effects of technology attachment and connectedness on today’s learners, and their expectations about teaching.

>> Blog: Hooked to be connected! Concerned parents are becoming more and more anxious as they watch their bright children getting completely absorbed by and attached to new mobile devices. Young people’s attachment to digital media and connectivity will shortly reach a level of almost universal saturation. But it’s not all bad news!

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