Charlotte Diller

Charlotte Diller

The Future of Learning NOW


Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
Margaret Mead

How might we educate our youth to thrive in light of mind, brain and education research, significant technology change, globalisation and a rapidly changing, unknown future?

Learners will
  • explore what we know about mind/brain/education research, globalization and the digital revolution.
  • determine their influence on learning and education.
  • rethink the why, who, what, where, when and how people learn.
  • consider what might be done differently in practice as a result.
  • collaboratively design a plan for change within the context of our schools.
Intended Audience

All educators

About Charlotte

Charlotte Diller has nearly 20 years of experience transforming teaching and learning in schools with a focus on identifying school needs, engaging all stakeholders, focusing on results and effectively planning for and utilizing current and emerging technologies to bring about systemic school improvement. Charlotte has a love for learning, a passion for play and a belief in teamwork to transform teaching and learning.

Charlotte has worn a variety of classroom, leadership and technology hats including middle school science teacher, grade 6 teacher, assistant professor, technology facilitator, assistant principal and director of technology. She is currently the Primary Head of Information Literacy and Staff Learning as well as Future of Learning Co-Chair at Chinese International School, a dual-language (English and Mandarin) Reception-Year 13 school in Hong Kong.

Charlotte came to education after working in the business world in the computer and publishing industries. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Masters of Arts in Teaching. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) and on the ADE Greater China Advisory Board. She is also a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer.

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