Human-centered learning allows people to relate in new ways to education systems, society and the natural environment. In a recent publication, KnowledgeWorks introduces a bold, aspirational vision human-centered learning – for education that enables life-affirming experiences and outcomes for everyone involved in learning systems.
The paper looks at the four essential elements of human-centered learning as well as bold strategic steps, along with related actions, for aligning educational systems, structures, policies, practices and learning experiences with the vision for human-centered learning systems.
These strategies include:
- Model learning as a personal practice
- Prioritize relational competencies as essential skills
- Co-create authentic learning for agency and impact
- Build organizational connections for equitable responses