The Learning Renaissance grew out of research I was already doing on the future of learning. Seeing as I had already done the research I was wondering how to capture it so that I could study it on the move. Cleary that meant an online format and a chance conversation with creative and technical genius Sue Cowley provided an online solution which also enabled me to share the resources generated.
As believers in not constantly inventing the wheel, Sue and I would like to invite you to add a link to the Learning Renaissance too your school’s online professional development library.
As the resources contained within are about learning generally, they will translate to any national culture. Occasionally we will highlight the experience of particular countries as either pointing the way forward, or representing a commitment to repeating past experience in the mistaken understanding that it will lead to better outcomes.
The copyright of all the materials used on site is retained by the original authors and is distributed under Creative Commons usage. If an article is of particular interest pleas contact the original author quoting the Learning Renaissance as the place you found their work.
Incidentally, if you have some innovative and effective ideas you wish to share with a global audience of educators, please feel free to submit a link to us. We usually have a queue of resources up to a month long and yours will join that publication queue.
We look forward to supporting you with high quality and impactful learning ideas which will fit your learners to thrive in the twenty first century.