The Barcelona based alternative educational establishment Learnlife has been singled out as one of the top 100 education innovations to watch in the year 2023 by HundrED.
HundrED, which promotes innovation in education that helps children thrive, are seen as a reference point for the future of education. They work on the concept of networked enterprise looking specifically at insights, data ideas and impact are openly shared and built upon via its network of members and ambassadors.
Learnlife’s ‘Elements of Learning Innovation’ was picked from more than 3,000 applicants by a panel of 200 global education experts. The concept supports the transformation to a new learning paradigm based on research and the best learning practices from around the world. LearnLife now features in the HundrED 2023 Global Collection report which recognises the most impactful and scalable innovations changing the face of education.
“This recognition is very encouraging. The elements are not a textbook for change, but rather a collection of ideas upon which any learning community might reflect. Given we are heading almost a quarter of our way into this century – a century evidencing a world of constant change, disruptions and challenges, the time for change and innovation is now. As communities, we must tackle the need to positively transform the experiences of learning for current and future generations.”Dr Stephen Harris, Co-Founder & Chief Learning Officer at LearnLife
Learnlife currently has Learnhubs based in Barcelona, where 190 children aged 6 to 18 are enrolled in full-time. They have inspired positive change in education communities worldwide and are creating an open ecosystem for a new lifelong learning paradigm alongside the current education systems. They have researched and gained inspiration from ‘best practice’ examples of at least 100 of the most innovative schools around the world.
In collaboration with thought leaders for learning, Learnlife are developing new learning elements, learning spaces and learning technologies that meet the needs and challenges of today’s children and future generations to come.
Aligned to this is a focus on communal wellness, enhanced by a thoughtful approach to nature and technology.
Learnlife believes that lifelong learning should lead to a heightened sense of personal contentment and happiness, especially given the context of a changing world of work. Centred around a sense of purpose and personal learning, the learning hubs are helping to grow happy, self-directed lifelong learners.
Find out more about Learnlife in Educational Specialists in Spain
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