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Leaders of LearningBy Richard Elmore, Harvard University

In a Nutshell

In an ever-changing world, this course from Harvard University pauses to assess four key theories of learning and where educators might choose to focus their careers.

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What we're trying to do is introduce the idea that the future is about active choice, about what you want to learn, where you want to learn, and how you want to learn.

Richard Elmore


Learning is no longer just confined to schools. The wider learning sector offers opportunities to everyone in both formal and informal education.

With the internet, educational content is now everywhere, with possibilities to learn in personalized ways both online and offline.

Richard Elmore is professor of Educational Leadership at Harvard University.

In this course offered through edX, Elmore walks learners through the four modes of learning and the types of leadership and settings each requires.

Tailored for anyone who is interested in the learning sector, Leaders of Learning will help you understand which leadership styles are best suited to move your career forward.

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