Schools can also learn from the experiences of others in changing learning spaces, and apply lessons learned to their own contexts. That’s why the OECD is calling for case studies on the transformation of learning environments.
We might take learning more seriously if it felt more like play.
Most people probably have a good idea of makes a “good” teacher or principal. But being a professional encompasses much more than being “good” at work.
The OECD Learning Compass 2030 puts forth a shared vision of what students should learn to be ready for tomorrow, and a shared language with which to discuss it.
A better understanding of the conditions under which teachers work (and students learn) can help countries face diverse challenges and improve policies.