What will the school environments of the future look like and where will they conduct their business? How can schools and educators more easily learn from each other and use each other's abilities? The
The school works to some extent as it always has. Learning takes place largely in the classroom and the teaching follows a nationally established curriculum that sets out the knowledge requirements to be achieved. At the same time, children and students in the school are all different and have different backgrounds, conditions and needs for their learning. Here, new knowledge about individualized teaching and digital technology creates new opportunities. Research has, for example, shown that AR / VR can be effective tools in teaching. We need to test and evaluate new digital methodologies better and more often to see the potential. Here, digitalisation should be perceived more as a means of promoting opportunities for learning than as an end in itself.
How do we use technology's opportunities to promote and evaluate learning? What will the school environments of the future look like, where will they conduct their business? How do we create opportunities for a teaching that is adapted to each student's needs? How can we become more skilled in finding the right support for each student faster so that the student reaches the knowledge goals?
Read more about driving forces behind this challenge in the city's trend and environment analysis. The focal points are described trends in Helsingborg's immediate surroundings that affect the challenge differently.
This challenge relates to Sustainable Development Goal: