A tour de force of the world of education is presented in this comprehensive and powerful exploration of pedagogy and philosophy, combined with politics and case studies. With contributions from a selection of internationally respected and acclaimed authors, researchers and thinkers this incisive, probing and critical work is of majestic proportions and quality. Detailed analysis and critiques of different education systems, developments and innovations are presented for consideration. Outstanding.
— The Teacher, National Union of Teachers

After 7 years of curating and hosting one of the worlds leading summits on digital learning, Learning Without Frontiers, I was commissioned by the Qatar Foundation under its WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education) initiative to author and direct the Learning {Re}imagined transmedia project.

During the project I travelled over 130,000 miles visiting 18 countries on 6 continents including Cuba, Ghana, UAE, Singapore, India, China, USA, Lebanon, Jordan, Brazil, Vietnam, Qatar, UK, Canada, France, Sweden and Australia. I found myself in diverse surroundings; refugee camps on the Syrian border, crisis response schools after an earthquake in China, a village in a remote rural area in Bihar in India, Silicon Valley in the US and London’s Shoreditch to mention a few.

I visited schools, universities and other places of learning. I met and interviewed some of the worlds leading thinkers including Noam Chomsky, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin, Sugata Mitra, and I met some of the worlds most progressive education leaders, practitioners, government ministers and reformers.

I worked with award-winning photographer, Newsha Tavakolian, Iran’s most acclaimed young photographic artist and the Des Signes graphic design company in Paris.

It was a life changing experience that resulted in a beautifully crafted and illustrated printed book that works as an analogue portal to a digital world of exclusive video interviews and other resources.

Learning {Re}imagined takes its readers on a round-the world-journey in a search for innovation in the way we learn and teach. Part travelogue, part magazine, part provocation, and filled with case studies and interviews, you are invited to join me on these travels to learn how today’s educators are facing the challenges of what and how to teach within the connected society.

Unafraid to ask the big questions about the purpose of education and the true role of technology in its transformation the project captures interviews that paint a broad canvas of opinion.

This book is for anybody who is interested in the future of learning whether educator, learner, or  parent. If you don’t want to be engaged, stimulated or provoked this isn’t the book for you.

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Published by Bloomsbury Academic (ISBN 9781474222730)