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Join the Course! Solving Inequality in Education: How can technology allow us all to be 'educators'?

(Topic created on: 17-06-2021 06:18 PM)
Community Manager
Not a School

We want to invite you to our second Not a School self-learning course, Solving Inequality in Education: How can technology allow us all to be 'educators' which launched today, 28th September 2020, on FutureLearn. This free course is available to anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge and awareness of this important conversation in today's world, so why not join the conversation by registering here.


Through education, we can help people unlock their full potential, but how often do we think about the connection between education and inequality? Now, more than ever, it’s incredibly important to educate ourselves, both traditionally and from those around us. If we can reframe and democratise education in this way, can we all make a contribution to start solving inequality? This Samsung Not a School course gives you the opportunity to participate in debates about the fundamental concept of education, the principles of learning itself, and sharing knowledge more widely via tech solutions.


What this course covers

  • The future of education is each one teach one
  • Radical reimagination
  • Using radical reimagination to liberate learning
  • Globalisation in education and the inequality gap
  • Sustainable Development Goals and technology in education
  • Learning paths and empowering others


Join us on this course by registering on FutureLearn. We’d love to know what you think about education systems and how we can combat the inequalities within it and encourage you to share your views in our Not a School Discussion board.


First Poster
Not a School

Cool course! Thank you Samsung for this opportunity to develop yourself

First Poster
Not a School

By the way, is such a course planned in 2021 or 2022? Are there any plans? I would be interested to try