Student-led initiatives: students have their say

Can students jointly develop and create their own learning pathways? At SEK Education Group we believe that it is a priority for fostering our students’ motivation and autonomy, therefore we promote action, from different perspectives, as a result of learning. The fostering of self-management skills is key in the IC methodology.

Some of the essential elements of the Future Learning Model (FLM), that came about through the review of the SEK Schools teaching framework, the Intelligent Classroom (IC), are agency, co-creation, and student self-directed learning.

Some specific examples of self-led learning in SEK students’ curriculum are Brainfood and the research project with Learnometers.






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