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We asked changemakers from all over the world questions on the future of education.

We are interviewing 100 thought leaders and changemakers from all over the world who represent a variety of areas within education. We asked them questions on how education should be developed in the future, what is the role of the teacher, what skills students should learn in school and how learning should be evaluated. The interviews provide a broad outlook on the insights of experts from different fields concerning the future of education.

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Sophie Deen
Bright Little Labs, London
057
Cynthia Campoy Brophy
Founder, ArtworxLA
056
Alistair Smith
Frog, UK
055
Sir John Holman
Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, UK
054
Laura Kirsop
FutureLearn, UK
053
Johan Brand
Kahoot!, Norway
052
Will Richardson
Modern Learners, USA
051
Rafe Esquith
The Hobart Shakespeareans, USA
050
Averil Macdonald
University of Reading, UK
049
Elliot Washor
Big Picture Learning, USA
048
Metin Ferhatoglu
Istanbul, Turkey
047
Erika Brodnock
Karisma Kidz, UK
046
Darina Garland
Suklaa Media & Education, UK
045
Paul Cummins
Coalition for Engaged Education, USA
044
Olli Vesterinen
Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland
043
Allan Kjaer Andersen
Ørestad Gymnasium, Denmark
042
Kristiina Kumpulainen
University of Helsinki, Finland
041
Bryan Alexander
USA
040
Jani Toivola
The Finnish Parliament, Finland
039
Anthony Salcito
Microsoft Education, USA
038
Leena Krokfors
University of Helsinki, Finland
037
Dr. Joanne Orlando
Sydney, Australia
036
Valerie Hannon
Innovation Unit, UK
035
Bas Verhart
THNK, Amsterdam
034
Maarit Rossi
Paths to Math, Finland
033
Jennifer Camulli
TIS, Macau
032
Rose Luckin
London, UK
031
Kerrine Bryan
Butterfly Books, UK
030
Antti Malste
The National Union of Vocational Students (SAKKI), Finland
029
Pasi Sahlberg
Harvard, USA
028
Sir Ken Robinson
Los Angeles, USA
027
Orlando Bloom
Los Angeles, USA
026
Yam-Shing Leung
Vocational Training Council, Hong Kong
025
Sheizaf Rafaeli
Centre For Internet Research, Israel
024
Janni Nicol
Steiner Waldorf, UK
023
Anne-Marie Imafidon
Stemmettes, UK
022
Sugata Mitra
Professor of Educational Technology, Newcastle, England
021
Matt Esterman
St. Scholastica College, Australia
020
Dan Haesler
Australia
019
Sumitra Nair
MDeC, Malaysia
018
Carolyn Stuart
Network For Learning, New Zealand
017
Zobaida Akhter
Ministry of Education, Bangladesh
016
Keri Facer
University of Bristol, UK
015
Stephen Heppell
Bournemouth University, UK
014
Chandrika Bahadur
SDSN, New Delhi
013
Liisa Pohjolainen
The Education Department, Finland
012
Anna-Mari Jaatinen
Siltamäki Elementary School, Finland
011
Abdul Chohan
Essa Academies Trust, Bolton
010
Lehmuskoski and Liukas
Hello Ruby, Finland
009
Lucia Lin
Ministry of Education, Taiwan
008
Anthony Mackay
Centre for Strategic Education, Australia
007
Lord Jim Knight
TES, UK
006
Tatu Koivisto
The Union of Upper Secondary School Students, Finland
005
Pak Tee Ng
National Institute of Education, Singapore
004
Susan Crichton
University of British Columbia, Canada
003
Pekka Peura
Martinlaakso Upper Secondary School, Finland
002
Anneli Rautiainen
Finnish National Board of Education, Finland
001
Andy Hargreaves
Boston College, United States
100
Finland
In 2016, we selected 100 bold educational innovations that are now trialed in a selection of Finnish schools. Finland is known for its educational success story, and we are seeking for new innovative practices with which we can develop education for the next 100 years.
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100
Global
We are creating 100 case studies on ambitious educational projects and innovations from around the world. We will take into account a wide variety of schools and projects from all continents that are changing the way children and young people are educated. We are looking for new ways of learning, teaching, assessing and leading.
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100
Visions
We are interviewing 100 thought leaders and changemakers from all over the world who represent a variety of areas within education - teachers, students, government officials and everyone in between. We want to learn about what the next 100 years of education should look like from the world’s leading thinkers.
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