Tracey Burns is a Senior Analyst in the OECD's Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. She heads a portfolio of projects including Trends Shaping Education, 21st Century Children and Strengthening the Impact of Educational Research. She previously led Innovative Teaching for Effective Learning. Her most recent OECD publications are Back to the Future of Education: Four OECD Scenarios for Schooling, Education in the Digital Age: Happy and Healthy Children and Educating 21st Century Children: Emotional Well-Being in the Digital Age.
Previous to her time at the OECD she conducted research on language acquisition in children and newborn infants and was an award-winning lecturer on infant and child development. Tracey holds a B.A. from McGill University, Canada, and a PhD in experimental psychology from Northeastern University, United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that, despite the best laid plans, the truth is that the future likes to surprise us. To prepare education systems for what may come, we have to consider not only the changes that appear most probable, but also the ones that we are not expecting.
- What impact will climate change have on our educational institutions in the next decade?
- Are our research and innovation systems prepared for an era of global, open and internet intensive science?
- What does it mean for schools that our societies are becoming more individualistic and diverse?
This presentation will bring together key global megatrends from Trends Shaping Education 2022 and the Four OECD Scenarios for Schooling to explore key challenges facing our education systems, and highlight inherent tensions and paradoxes that must be considered when thinking and planning for the future.
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