EdTech Market Report

These reports are products of the Lab for Lifelong Learning, Tsinghua University (TULLL) project, which aimed to summarize and synthesize market insights on emerging technology, artificial intelligence, and facilitation that support LtP experiences for different age groups and holistic skills development in China. TULLL is the result of a long-term strategic partnership between Tsinghua University and the LEGO Foundation since 2016. The series of EdTech Market Report biannually has been supported by the LEGO Foundation since June 2019.

2019 International Conference on Lifelong Learning and Future Talents

Conference Guide

ICLL Conference Guide

TULLL Annual Report

Year 2019(PDF)

2019 Annual Report

Year 2018(PDF)

TULLL Yearbook 2018

From April 2016 to December 2017(PDF)

 Yearbook 2016-2017

Supporting Children’s Language & Literacy Development

On May 18th, Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer delivered a presentation about Supporting Children’s Language & Literacy Development at TULLL.  Dr. Hammer is the professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Her research addresses four interrelated areas that focus on young children’s school readiness and academic outcomes.  These include: trajectories of children’s language and literacy development; environmental and cultural influences on children’s development; assessment of children’s language abilities; and interventions that promote children’s language and literacy development.  Dr. Hammer has a particular interest in bilingual children and children from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds.

Download the slides:Supporting Children’s Language & Literacy Development

Learning through Play

The Lego foundation works with TULLL to redefine play and learning. We hope to build a future which can empower children to become creative and participatory lifelong learners through “learning through play”. Nowadays, children are living in a world of rapid change and immense global challenge, which will inevitably affect their future life. The vision of becoming lifelong learners is more important than ever before.

In this leaflet, we share our view of play as an important vehicle for children’s learning and about how playful experiences support children in developing the critical skills to serve themselves, their communities and society through out their lives. What reality looks like for children shall inevitably vary dramatically according to time, culture and other contextual factors, but the deep understanding  that comes from an effective learning experiences will no doubt help prepare them for navigating any future.

Our hope is to bring together voices from across the wider community of passionate advocates and educators promoting learning through play in children’s lives. Together, we can create a powerful platform for advocating learning through play around the globe.

Download Learning Through Play in pdf version: Learning through Play leaflet

Global Citizenship Education Curriculum Design

On December 14th  2017,Professor Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation Professor for the Practice of International Education, Director of Global Education Innovation Initiative, and Harvard University’s Director of International Education Policy Program, visited Tsinghua University Lab for Lifelong Learning. Reimers conducted a workshop on the theme of “Global Citizenship Education Curriculum Design”。

In this activity, school leaders and teachers were welcomed to design and plan curriculum that was aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the use of a tool developed by Professor Reimers, and to engage them in the development of curriculum which could be directly applied within the context of a school.

Here are the shared resources:

Empowering Students to Improve the World in Sixty Lessons.pdf

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