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Keynote address for Leading a Digital School conference
Saturday 27 August 2016

 References in order as they appear in the slides:

Education to employment: designing a system that works, 2012 McKinsey & Company.

Youth entering workforce without critical skills, 2014, Young Adult Library Services Association.

Survival skills as defined by business leaders, 2014, Tony Wagner
[Tony Wagner 2014, The global achievement gap: why even our best schools don’t teach the new survival skills our children need – and what we can do about it.]

Wall and Bonanno 2014, ‘Learning and literacy for the future‘, SCAN, Vol. 33, Issue 3, pp. 20-28.

The new basics: big data reveals the skills young people need for the New Work Order, Foundation for Young Australians, 2016, p. 3 & 4.

The new work order: ensuring young Australians have skills and experience for the jobs of the future, not the past, Foundation for Young Australians, 2015.

Future work skills 2020

Roger James Hamilton’s Top 3 trends of 2015

Luke Hamilton’s Fibonacci Blocks presentation
Learning through play – the Fibonacci Blocks (Luke Hamilton)
FiftySix Creations (Taj Pabari)
LurUrSelf (Isabella Dymalovski)

Talent Dynamics for Young People

Inquiry based learning
Review of Guided Inquiry Design [Kuhlthau, CC et al, 2012, Guided Inquiry Design: a framework for inquiry in your school, Libraries Unlimited, Santa Barbara, California.]
UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals 

Gerd Leonhard, The digital transformation of business / society

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