Cultivating the imagination for a world of constant change (By Douglas Thomas)
by UNESCO Chair in Education & Technology for Social Change on Oct 11, 2011
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In A New Culture of Learning, we suggest that thriving in the 21st Century requires...
In A New Culture of Learning, we suggest that thriving in the 21st Century requires
more than just learning or even learning how to learn. These worked great for the 20thcentury but will not sustain us in this one. Instead we must focus on how to cultivate
To us, imagination is more important than creativity - the current craze in education.
Imagination is critical for finding new ways to frame issues and for crafting new
conceptual lenses. Said most simply, in a world of constant change we must master the
art of the beginner's mind where imagination reigns supreme.
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