Chapter 1 Introduction.- Chapter 2 Presenting the research.- Chapter 3 The future is now: What '21st-century learning' means for teaching.- Chapter 4 The impacts on teachers' work: 21st-century learning.- Chapter 5 The impacts on teachers' work: Working in Flexible Learning Environments.- Chapter 6 The impacts on teachers' work: ICT/BYOD and digital pedagogy.- Chapter 7 The impacts on teachers' work: Practitioner attitudes and reflective transitions.- Chapter 8 Responding to 21st-century learning policy demands.- Chapter 9 Lessons to be learned?.
Leon Benade is the Co-ordinator of Research of the School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. His education career spans 30 years, the last 20 of which have been in New Zealand. His main research interests are teachers' work, school policy, ethics, philosophy in schools, critical pedagogy, and the New Zealand Curriculum. Leon's current research is on the way the focus on '21st century learning' impacts on the work of teachers and school leaders. Related areas of interest include the question of teachers' critical reflective practice and the evolving role and nature of the concept of 'knowledge' in the 21st century curriculum. A member of the Executive Committee of Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA), Leon is also a member of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE). Leon is a founding member of the Knowledge and Education Research Unit (KERU) at the School of Critical Studies in Education at the University of Auckland. He is a consulting reviewer for the Australian Journal of Teacher Education and Educational Philosophy and Theory, a member of the Editorial Board of the New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, and is also co-editor of the New Zealand Journal of Teachers' Work and Associate Editor of the Open Review of Educational Research.