Wicked Problem Project

How do we produce the best and brightest students? How do we prepare students for a world which we don’t know what they will face? What type of jobs will today’s students work in?

Education systems around the world are facing intense challenges of how to adapt to respond to societal and technological changes that have occurred rapidly in the last 20 years. This has presented stakeholders with ‘wicked problems‘  – those in which there is no clear solutions, only solutions that raise other problems that become identified and need to be addressed.

Over the past few days, we have examined the ‘wicked problem’ of rethinking what it means to teach, and learn’ in today’s wired world. Dan, Abby, Phil and myself have brainstormed, researched and reached out to our PLN to develop solutions that could help address the discrepancies between students lives inside and outside of the classroom.

Please click on the image below and explore our solution as we have documented it in the following ThingLink format. This tool provides the opportunity to incorporate a variety of resources in one location for the reader to explore, review, and consider.

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