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In addition to our own publications, we act as a hub for publications on issues relevant to our transformation agenda. If you have any to share, please email mediawise@mediawise.net.au

This CSE paper puts forward the idea that all scenarios should be considered as different forms of hybrid learning to allow us to focus more closely on the variables we need to consider when designing learning that is rich in technology, complex in nature, synchronously (or asynchronously) occurring in a range of settings, and requiring nuanced learning design. CSE Leading Education Series #11_Renegotiating learning in a hybrid world .

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This CSE paper begins a story of critical partnership: layers of dynamic, agentive and collaborative learning, between MetaPraxis teams and their schools and communities; between teachers, between teachers and students, and between students. It charts a journey of transformation, as schools unpacked the philosophy, practice and product of MetaPraxis. sCSE Leading Education Series #7_Learning in a floating world of disciplines  

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This CSE paper draws on the findings of a joint study conducted by the National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to understand how five jurisdictions are approaching school education and its transformation. The five jurisdictions are British Columbia, Estonia, Finland, Hong Kong and South Korea. CSE Leading Education Series #10_Building a world-class learning system

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Low levels of social interaction across class lines have generated widespread concern and are associated with worse outcomes, such as lower rates of upward income mobility and education. Social capital II – determinants of economic connectedness – Nature

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Social capital—the strength of an individual’s social network and community—has been identified as a potential determinant of outcomes ranging from education to health Social capital1 – measurement and associations with economic mobility – Nature

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Education inequity is a problem in Australia. We need to re-think what counts as ‘success’. An evidence-based briefing by the Centre for Social Impact – April 2022 Read more: csi_bp_education_equity

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The 2021 NAPLAN report published on Wednesday paints a worrying picture of school education in Australia. It is a stark reminder of how much work we need to do to close the shocking achievement gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students.

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This CSE paper argues that futures thinking is an essential component to leading education systems in increasingly uncertain times.

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Schools of the Future

April 20, 2022

This white paper is the outcome of a global consultative process initiated by the World Economic Forum’s Platform for Shaping the Future of the New Economy and Society to identify promising models of quality education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is the first output of the Forum’s Education 4.0 initiative, which aims to catalyse systems change by mobilizing a broad and innovative coalition of relevant stakeholders around new ...

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Authors Linda Kaser and Judy Halbert argue that leadership in schools is about making a difference in the lives of all learners regardless of their family background, socioeconomic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, or geographic
location. School leadership involves increasing the learning of all students as well as closing any ‘gap’ between groups
of students.

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