The Dusseldorp Forum’s website – an information nexus for Alternative Learning organisations – has been enriched by the A Map for the Future 2014: policy update.
What is Creative Learning, why is it so powerful, and how does it bring significant change to education? This article by Dr Julie Robson and Teya Dusseldorp.
Most Aboriginal young people in Dubbo do not end up in the juvenile justice system. What makes the difference for them compared to those that do enter the system?
The Case for Inclusive Learning Systems – Building more Inclusive Learning Systems in Australia by Dr Ani Wierenga and Jo Taylor is a Dusseldorp Forum.
Across the world most nations want their citizens to be creative. Countries believe that, if their people are more creative they will be better at problem-solving.
What works in alternative learning, and why? Some answers can be found in the eight indepth case studies below, launched in September 2014.
Four communities, from disparate parts of Australia, are demonstrating how to increase life opportunities for vulnerable young people so that they and future generations thrive.
Doveton, Bourke, Logan and Kabulwarnamyo are four communities building new community structures that allow for a realignment and smarter use of public resources.
Through the COVID 19 crisis, there are communities across Australia that have demonstrated resilience and innovation, delivering fast and effective action.
In this lecture Julian Sefton-Green talks about competing definitions of what 'creative learning' might mean, how it has been recognised, evaluated and described.