Taking the steps necessary to reimagine and redesign learning in your community can often lead to a stark realization—silos are everywhere.
Taking the steps necessary to reimagine and redesign learning in your community can often lead to a stark realization—silos are everywhere. From bottom to top, education sits in one silo of conversation, business in another, community service initiatives in yet another, and so on. You don’t like what you see and know a community-owned approach to education transformation is necessary to shift to a learner-centered system. How do you move forward? Our friends at KnowledgeWorks have seen this question come up time and time again, and they have answered the call for help with their latest publication, “Shaping the Future of Readiness.” Opening up a community-wide discussion brings about a diverse range of opinions and insights that can become overwhelming. With KnowledgeWorks’ discussion and facilitation guide, you can remain focused and organized while you explore the future of work, create a new profile of a graduate, and leverage cross-sector opportunities. By the end of these conversation, everyone in the community will know they own a piece of the redesign process, so in the future, when they are once again called upon to act, they’ll already be in tune with “why.”