Tag Archives: learning ecosystems

Learning Ecosystems as a network for change

Learning ecosystems are complex, dynamic and are made of interdependent connections that are constantly changing. The focus is on transformation and the development of a thriving learning community, where all have equitable access to learning. This is what we are growing in Ōtautahi, Christchurch.

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Reflections on a Learning City

From 12-18 October Ako Ōtautahi Learning City Christchurch convened a series of learning events with a focus on equity, access and innovation. Originally planned to take place in May, the Learning Days events were reformatted for the times and the seeds of ideas for 2021 were planted.

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Weaving Learning Ecosystems for Universal Wellbeing

This article is a summary of reflections from Ross Hall following the WISE Summit in Doha in December. I have published this with permission and look forward to the many conversations that will be generated following the Roundglass Learning Summit this week.  Thanks Ross, Roundglass and the global weavers who are exploring holistic ways of learning and wellbeing.

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