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== Summary of concensus so far ==
 
== Summary of concensus so far ==
Schome will be learner centred - learners will be in control of their own learing, whilst being provided with support that helps them direct how and what they are learning about. It will include both physical and virtual spaces - but we must avoid being constrained by the assumptions that underpin school when thinking about what these will be like. Schome will cater for all ages of learners - cradle to grave learning.
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Schome will be learner centred - learners will be in control of their own learning, whilst being provided with support that helps them direct how and what they are learning about. It will include both physical and virtual spaces - but we must avoid being constrained by the assumptions that underpin school when thinking about what these will be like. Schome will cater for all ages of learners - cradle to grave learning.
  
 
Solving [[the assessment problem]] is key to the development of schome - schome must provide accreditation, but how?
 
Solving [[the assessment problem]] is key to the development of schome - schome must provide accreditation, but how?
  
So far lots of nice wooley words - but what will schome actually look like - perhaps some [[schome vignettes]] would help?
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So far lots of nice woolly words - but what will schome actually look like - perhaps some [[schome vignettes]] would help?
  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:42, 19 May 2007

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Summary of concensus so far

Schome will be learner centred - learners will be in control of their own learning, whilst being provided with support that helps them direct how and what they are learning about. It will include both physical and virtual spaces - but we must avoid being constrained by the assumptions that underpin school when thinking about what these will be like. Schome will cater for all ages of learners - cradle to grave learning.

Solving the assessment problem is key to the development of schome - schome must provide accreditation, but how?

So far lots of nice woolly words - but what will schome actually look like - perhaps some schome vignettes would help?