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Reimagining preferable futures for K-12 education: Learning in 2021 and beyond

Project Member(s): Pratt, S., Golja, T., Allen, L.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Catholic Education Office, Sydney (Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Parramatta -)
Catholic Education Office, Sydney (Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Parramatta -)

Start year: 2020

Summary: This study is the second case study in a series of research projects. Students at St Luke’s Catholic College learn how to be self aware and grow into responsible global citizens by developing qualities of the mind, heart and body which will enable them to function with academic excellence and care for others. They strive to continue their role as an educational leader in the face of COVID-19 by reframing this challenge to question: How can we pivot to incorporate our learnings from overcoming this challenge into new approaches to teaching and learning?

Publications:

Melvold, J, Pratt, S & Allen, L UTS 2020, Reimagining preferable futures post COVID-19: Learning through 2021 and beyond, UTS Client Report.

FOR Codes: Education and Training, Specialist studies in education not elsewhere classified, Curriculum and pedagogy not elsewhere classified