Pavel Luksha – Transforming Global Educational Systems
How is education changing – and can it transform the world?
Education is the most sophisticated social practice of societal transformation and intentional evolution — yet it is still a widely underutilized pathway for co-creating and contributing toward sustainable, regenerative, and thriving futures within and beyond our biosphere. If “evolution is how the universe learns, and learning is how humanity evolves” then what is before us as a human community is the intentional evolution of our capacities to learn and lead in such a way as to co-create our healthy and desirable future together here on Earth and potentially beyond.
In this workshop we will look at trends shaping the long-term future of education, the most fundamental process being the transition from institution-centred models (focusing predominantly on the first third of human lives) to personalized lifelong learning journeys and spaces. The educational domain needs to evolve beyond government-driven hierarchical national systems into a multi-stakeholder network based on ‘glocal’ ecosystems. Learners and learner communities themselves become shapers and beneficiaries of the transition, and empowered learner agency becomes the most critical capability for the transformation to occur.
About the speaker:
Pavel Luksha is a global thinker, change catalyst, and facilitator. He is Founder of Global Education Futures, co-founder of The Weaving Lab, The Future Capital, and Living Cities Earth movement, and a Fellow of World Academy of Art & Science. He is also the Board member of Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, Campus CoEvolve, University 20.35, and several other EdTech start-ups and research institutions.
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Pavel LukshaFacilitator, Founder of Global Education Futures
Pavel Luksha is a system scientist, change catalyst, and facilitator. He is Founder of Global Education Futures and the School of Evolutionary Leadership, and a co-founder of The Weaving Lab, The Learning Planet, and Living Cities Earth movements. He is the author of several seminal reports on the future of education and work and a scholar of ancient and modern wisdom that can contribute to the evolutionary upshift of the humankind.