There are many competing and conflicting definitions of Learner Success. However, in most education systems around the world, learner success is often equated with academic and career achievements.
Through a series of discussions and dialogues, the 22nd Educational Leadership Forum examined the role of learners, parents, educators, institutions, governments, societal rankings, and other stakeholders in defining success in education and exploring how broad or narrow these dominant definitions of learner success are. 1. Can they facilitate and capture the holistic growth and development of learners? 2. Are they enabling or disabling the creative potential of educators to affect meaningful learning and impact the lives of learners?3. Can success be reimagined at all levels?
Educators, Education leaders, Education Professionals, EdTech and PedTech Professionals, Policymakers, and Learning Designers