Education systems around the world are interested in building capacity in their systems to enable education transformation.  At the heart of all these discussions is the drive to develop young people with 21st Century skills. Technology plays an important role in this debate and what are some of the implications for school leaders, educators and students.

Here are some of the key questions being asked by educators and education systems today:

  1. How do we develop basic digital literacy skills in educators on a large scale?
  2. How do we develop 21st Century competencies in educators and students?
  3. How is technology supporting the development of a curriculum fit for the 21st Century?
  4. How can technology opportunities be introduced with limited resources?
  5. How can the impact of any intervention be measured?
  6. How can policy makers help support systemic change which is sustainable and scalable?
  7. What is the best way to deliver professional development in a fast changing education system?
  8. What new models of assessment can be supported by technology?

What other questions can you think of?