Our thinkshop from the second Campfire Convention on new approaches to education In many ways, education is at an all-time low and in need of a complete shake up. There is no more time to tinker around the edges. We need an innovative rethink and a new imagining about how learning in the 21st Century can engage our children, young people and indeed our educators.
We explore new concepts and visions for a future where young people are given trust and respect and are empowered to take ownership over their learning and therefore their futures. Because their futures are ultimately ours as well.
@Julia Black, Explorium
@Lizzie Jackson, Director of Research, School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University
@Lehla Eldridge, alternative learning author, illustrator, painter and actress
@Lou Mycroft . Independent thinker