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Dialogue and Collaboration

Here are our thoughts, articles, projects and workshops on how we can promote open, dynamic and diversity-literate dialogue and collaboration in our schools, businesses and communities. The skills of productive dialogue and collaboration are necessary for non-violent conflict resolution, democratic process and effective knowledge production.

Creativity/Innovation, Critical Thinking Skills, Dialogue and Collaboration, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Resource, Transferable Skills

Article: The Machines Are Coming – Here’s What You Can Do To Thrive

The speed at which technology is now changing, and as a result the speed at which our knowledge of reality is changing, has never been this fast. It is impossible to know exactly how machine learning will impact on the way we live, learn, work and play. Will it erode…

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Blog Post, Critical Thinking Skills, Dialogue and Collaboration

The rules of engagement – exploring the skills of dialogue through hip hop

The ability to engage in productive dialogue is one of the most important skills for thriving in the 21st century. The skills of productive dialogue enable us to resolve conflict through non-violent means, empower us to participate in democratic processes and equip us to become collaborative agents in the on-going process of knowledge production….

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Assessment, Dialogue and Collaboration, Project-based Learning/Integrated Studies, Resource, Transferable Skills

Article: The elements of project-based learning

Project-based learning is a buzzword we hear often and too often it is thought of as a free-for-all in which learners are left unguided in an undirected project. However, practising project-based learning properly requires rigour. It requires us to be explicit about the skills we want for our learners and…

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