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Transferring lessons and ideas from industry, to improve the way we learn and teach

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Learn from top global industry leading experts

Connect the dots between successful industry practice and potential classroom application

What skills are industries saying they need most?

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Truth in the new world

Bias, data and managing information
The #1 self-identified need in schools over the past 2-3 years
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In this series of 5 courses, we'll explore strategies to build evaluative capacity in students.
5
Courses
7hrs of professional learning
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1hr 30mins of professional learning
4
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1hr of professional learning
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navigating future complexity

Problem solving, creativity & thinking critically
The #1 industry-identified need projecting into the future
NESA Accredited
Practical approaches to problem solving & evaluating outcomes
4
Modules
1hr 30mins of accredited professional learning
4
Modules
1hr of professional learning
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overcoming contextual cop-out & other convenient excuses

Self-awareness, active listening & responding to context
The critical enabler of any skillset
4
Modules
1hr of professional learning
4
Modules
1hr of professional learning
04

Action for a better tomorrow

Empathy, equity & saving the world
The ethos of global citizenship and the capabilities required to create a better future
"I found the format really appealing, enjoyed watching the videos and found the prompts thought provoking and relevant."
Natasha Wilkins
Primary Teacher
Wenona
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"The courses are forward thinking and help teachers prepare their students for working successfully in the 21st century."
Jennifer Kennedy
Science Teacher
Pymble Ladies College
The platform was really engaging and the industry speakers were very compelling. I think I could use a number of these videos to show students how necessary these skills are.
Amy Mugridge
HSIE Teacher
Cowra High School

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