- Innovation can be tech-based but this use must be fit-for-purpose.
- In many cases, students need significant scaffolding to feel confident innovating.
- Where possible, innovation should be separated from summative assessment.
- The journey of innovation must be seen by students as more important than the outcome or destination.
- Students of any age are capable of innovation given the right agency, resources and time.
- Teachers need to look to different school levels and school types to aware of all the potential innovations in education.
- Students should as much as possible lead the innovation process.
- Innovation in schools ideally solves real-life and localised & global problems.
- Failing must be understood by students as a key step in true innovation learning.