Although they may use different language, the similarities between their highly effective approaches was striking. We distilled them into the three key principles that sit at the heart of Edge Future Learning – Project Based Learning, Real World Learning and Community Connected Learning.
It is essential that this work is underpinned by the strongest possible evidence base. That is why we asked leading researchers Dr Lynne Rogers and Dr Susan McGrath from UCL Institute of Education to draw together that evidence base from international academic literature and to present it here to provide a concrete foundation for our work.
Our team looks forward to working with you to build on this evidence base to support you in integrating these principles into your work and to bring the curriculum to life for young people – you can find out more about the training we offer here.