26 April 2012
Location: OECD, Conference Centre, Auditorium
2, rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France
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In the framework of its “Innovation Strategy for Education and Training” project, the OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation hosted a conference on Educating for Innovative Societies on 26 April 2012 in Paris, at the Auditorium of the OECD Conference Centre.
The objectives of the conference were to:
- Present the findings of the forthcoming OECD/CERI report on arts education’s role in developing skills for innovation-driven societies;
- Present and discuss evidence and policies in mathematics and science education that can lead to better skills in thinking and creativity;
- Present and discuss innovative assessment tools that raise awareness and provide formative and summative feedback on other skills than disciplinary skills.
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Read the Conference Summary Report - OECD Conference, Educating for Innovative Societies, April 2012
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Video of an example of education through design, suggested by Anne Marie Boutin (in French)
- Educating for Innovation-Driven Societies
OECD, Dirk Van Damme
- Conversation with Howard Gardner
With Howard Gardner, Bruno Della-Chiesa and Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
- Mathematics Education in Innovation-Driven Societies
Bar-Ilan University of Ramat-Gan, Zemira Mevarech and Bracha Kramarski
- Science Education for Innovation-Driven Societies
OECD, Francesco Avvisati
- Promoting and Assessing Creativity and Innovation in Physics Undergraduates
Colorado School of Mines, Frank Kowalski
- The Impact of Arts Education: What Do We Know?
Boston College, Ellen Winner
- Progression in Creativity: Developing New Forms of Assessment
Centre for Real-World Learning, Bill Lucas, Guy Claxton and Ellen Spencer
- The PISA Assessment of Problem Solving Skills: New Developments
OECD, Michael Davidson
- OECD Review on Evaluation and Assessment Frameworks for Improving School Outcomes
OECD, Deborah Nusche