Orientation of Innovation
How do teachers build students who are confident enough to “change the world?” Student capacity that drives change requires an Orientation of Innovation. The five components -- Knowledge of the World, Awareness of Self, Creative Confidence, Commitment to Act, and Focus on the Future -- provide an essential framework for connecting and creating a 21st century graduate who will be prepared to live and thrive in our ever-changing world. This session will lay out each component in succession and discuss how they work together as an overall set of learning outcomes.
What you are going to learn
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- Develop an understanding of five elements of an Orientation of Innovation
- Build an understanding of how they fit together and build upon one another