A new movement in education

3d printerI’ve been working on some interesting collaborations recently with the policy team at Nesta, and my work on digital skills and creativity led to my getting involved with a session at the recent ‘Future Shock’ event in Westminster. We identified some exciting examples of creative approaches to education, and explored how policy could support and enable such things to grow and scale. 

More on the Nest blogs page here:

Future Shock: A new movement in education (Nesta blogs)

 

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