Change: How We Define and Understand Success
Would you rather your child succeed in school or flourish in life? Education futurist Louka Parry believes it is time to shift our mindset on how success is defined within schools. Watch this episode to find out more.
Location: Adelaide, Australia
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Are the current definitions of success in education too narrow? Does this limit students from reaching their full potential during their school experience and life beyond the classroom? Louka Parry explores how we might articulate and understand a new type of success.
Louka Parry is the CEO and Founder of The Learning Future, an organisation that supports “life-long, life-wide and life-deep” learning as humankind’s biggest asset. A former teacher, Louka became a school principal at only 27 years old and was named Inspirational Public Secondary Teacher of the Year for South Australia.
Louka works globally (in English and Spanish) and has supported tens of thousands of educators and leaders globally to increase their positive impact. He is a much sought-after speaker and facilitator. His keynote topics focus on transforming structures, systems and societies to empower individuals to do their best work and maximise wellbeing, ultimately making our world a better place for all.