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Published on Apr 30, 2012
We live in a world full of surprises and when things go wrong and the oil leaks, or the finance sector collapses, or volcanic ash clouds block our skies, they go very wrong indeed. For us all to survive as the surprises grow in scale and frequency we need learners who are ready for anything, who relish challenge and know how to work together, rapidly, to head off the worst consequences and harness the best opportunities. • Preparing learners for the certainty of uncertainty • Why a standardised curriculum is a colossal and avoidable danger • The role of technology in injecting surprise and ambition into learning • How 'met-before' curriculum belong in last century's factory schools • Why teachers hoping to 'cover everything' fail their students http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk