The overall objective of the study is to contribute to the development of imaginative visions and scenarios of the future of learning in order to support priority setting for education, training and skilling policies. A first series of expert consultations have been commissioned to a consortium led by TNO of the Netherlands with partners at the Open University of the Netherlands and Atticmedia, UK. As a first step in this series of vision building exercises, a targeted and structured stakeholder consultation was undertaken by staff at the Open University of the Netherlands, involving a focus group of 13 external experts from different fields, including social sciences, education, technology and also industry. This report presents the findings of this consultation process, which employed the Group Concept Mapping (GCM) methodology to come up with a map of thematic clusters indicating major changes to be expected to education in the next 20 years.
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