Renowned Finnish Educator & Scholar
Pasi Sahlberg is a professor of education policy at the Gonski Institute for Education, University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He is a Finnish educator and author who has worked as schoolteacher, teacher educator, researcher, and policy advisor in Finland and has studied education systems, analysed education policies, and advised education reforms around the world.
Education Reimagined: Four ideas for the future we could start now
There is no better time to think harder about what future school could be than right now. The global health pandemic paused many earlier efforts to rethink the future by disrupting education as we knew it before 2020.
Social/Emotional Learning Through Curriculum and School Design
"This School is for Us?"; Creating Change in Underserved Communities
Built Form as a Public Health Intervention: How the design of an elementary school is supporting the physical, mental, and emotional health of a community
Integrating Research and Architecture: The Future of Learner-Centered Design
Virtual Engagement: When it Works and How to Get More Out of Remote Sessions with Stakeholders
The Building Blocks of Transformative Change
Student Health. Student Performance. Student Success.
Blurring the Lines 2.0: Agency, Personalization, and Lifelong Learning in the Future
I Belong. I’m Secure. I’m Inspired. A Conversation About the Future Classroom
Indigenous Schools – Past, Present, and Future
Workplace 2.0 and What it Means for the Future of Learning Environments
Designing for Mental and Emotional Health
The Moon School: The First Galactic School!
Designing Schools for Parental Engagement
Linking Educational Environments and Experiences for ProSocial Learning and Collaboration
Shooting for the Moon: an optimistic process for the exploration of new possibilities for public education and the role of schools in our communities
Harnessing Today’s Challenges & Opportunities to Influence the Future of American Education
The Learning Playground – Adaptable Design Strategies for Equitable Access to Restorative Learning Environments
Engineering the Future Leaders of Our Community
Student Voice Informs Equitable Learning Space Design from A4LE SchoolsNEXT Design Competition
Investing in Communities Through Placemaking and Play: Playful Learning Landscapes
A Tale of Three Projects: Storytelling as Adaptive Optimism in Educational Design
Community School Models: A Path Forward for Education
Comprehensive Approach to Safety and Well-being in Learning Environments
Restorative Environments for Wellness and Well-being
Valuing Student Voices as a Disruptive Force to Impact Design of Learning Spaces
Resuscitating Educational Facilities for Innovative Learning and Environmental Stewardship
Do Better Things … Not the Same Things Better
How Collaboration Can Help Address Infrastructure Needs in Underserved Communities
The Equity Project: Can a School in 2070 Fix Inequality and Truly be Inclusive to All?
For Better or Worse: The Five Stickiest Changes to Education Post COVID-19
Raising the Bar on High Needs Specialized Education
From Here to There: A Journey Towards Excellence and Equity in Philadelphia
Interconnectedness – Towards Learning in 2070
The Collision of AGILE and MESSY: Supporting the Requirements of Authentic Learning
Disruptive Resilience: Aligning Learning Styles and Teaching Pedagogies with a Biophilic Approach to 2070 School Buildings
Dancing with the Yeti; how three resilient Iron Range communities in Northern Minnesota and two formerly competitive school districts remarkably came together and joined forces around a hopeful Next Century Vision for Learning to reinvigorate optimism
The Learning Ecosystem of 2070
Intergenerational and Interconnected Community Learning: A Mixed Use Model
Comprehensive Learning Now and Into the Future
A Story of High-Performance Design Driven by Student Voice
School 2070: Two Transformations
Evolving the Paradigm: Community Based Learning in 2070
Through the Looking Glass: Reflections on the Future of Learning
Super Session – JEDI Based Design
Super Session – Trauma-Informed Design
Transformative, forward-thinking and always striving to help others realize their full potential, Dan Lerner has become known for his exploration of how positive psychology can affect the pursuit of world-class development, particularly how to leverage the advantage that a healthy psychological state can bring to performance excellence both at work and at home.
Passionately Successful: Making the Most of Happiness and Human Potential
What does it mean to be “successful” – not just in the traditional sense, but in ways that allow us to fully explore and realize our unique potential in education, work, and life? Trends in mental health and education – particularly during these past 18 months of COVID – clearly indicate that new approaches are needed, but perhaps the answers are right in front of us.