On Friday 24th March 2017 a SASPA symposium was convened to consider the time and deployment issues we must address to create and support the learning paradigm outlined in Education in the 21st C.
The symposium outcomes included:
- The value proposition for timetable transformation in support of 21st C learning was made.
- The issues that face us in engineering timetable transformation in secondary schools were well understood.
- A set of principles to shape timetable transformation were developed by participants (and will assist SASPA Board to develop a companion piece to its Education in the 21st C paper).
The PowerPoint presentations are below.
A handout from Playford International College is below.
Groups worked on time related issues using the Strategic Intention Tool. See their work below.