Centre of Educational Innovation
Children who started school in 2019 may have to live and work in the 22nd century, on the jobs that don't exist yet, in physical as well as virtual environments, co-operating with people as well as robots and artificial intelligence.
The schools must create the environment where the learner can construct their core knowledge and skills, but most importantly obtain the ability and will to continue learning throughout life.
Katri Lamesoo (PhD), head of the Centre of Educational Innovation
Our core mission is to promote the new concept of learning in Estonian schools:
- research based consultancy
- coaching of school teams
- workshops and seminars
- development projects
- experimental classrooms with modern educational technology
katri.lamesoo [ät] ut.ee (Interested in co-operation and joint projects?)
New Concept of Learning
In the 21 century schools can no longer provide students with all knowledge they need in life. Increasing quantities of new information are being created constantly. People must be able to learn throughout their lives, in different environments, using different methods, collaborating with different people. Therefore the schools must prepare community members for lifelong learning and aspire to create the learning and teaching environment that fosters learning which is
- emotionally satisfying