A whole systems approach to education redesign: A case study on the need for intergenerational perspectives and inclusion

Working with young people to incorporate an intergenerational perspective.

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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/sres.2568

This study was commissioned by the Global Education Futures forum for presentation at its fourth International Conference in Moscow, Russia, from February 29 to March 2, 2016 ( http://edu2035.org/#program). The objective was to conduct field research with a special focus on the vision of the future of education held by young people. This report presents some views and perspectives of my generation [I was 17 years old when I wrote this article] regarding what they want education to be like in the future. In northern California, my teachers Ms. B and Mr. Wahanik used the framework of questions and activities that my father and I developed to gather this kind of information by running a sort of ?focus group? with my 10th Grade class and to find out what their views, perspective, opinions, ideas, hopes, and concerns are regarding this theme. A similar process was run with a group of young people in Buenos Aires, Argentina.