We are in the midst of huge, rapid changes in the worlds of learning, education and schooling, but we at EML believe that these changes are not yet well understood by school leaders, education decision and policy makers. This isn’t about adding a layer of technology to the traditional thinking and practice of schools; instead, this is about fundamentally rethinking the roles of schools, teachers, and classrooms in light of the growing ubiquity of knowledge, information, people, and tools we carry in our pockets and backpacks.
What is your guiding philosophy?
Because of our sudden access to knowledge, information, people, and tools, schools and systems must move away from “delivering” and organizing an education toward, instead, helping learners organize their own education. We believe there is a real need for a diverse set of expert voices to use a global lens to intelligently curate and contextualize the changes, new technologies, future trends, best practices and more on a regular basis.
Who is EML for?
Our audience is primarily made up of school heads, principals, superintendents, ministers of education, and local, state, and national policy makers from around the world who want to be better informed about the opportunities and challenges of the new modern learning world in order to make better decisions regarding the children they serve.
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