Facing the challenges of future society, a traditional classroom cannot fulfill the needs of students’ development. However, there is a significant difference of abilities in providing extra curriculum other than traditional classroom among schools because of different school resources and social network. Schools, especially those based on grassroots students, need our help to mobilize resources from all walks of life to provide grassroots students with more experiential learning opportunities and create better conditions for cultivating their comprehensive literacy.
In the past, the institutions for students’ off-campus learning experience have blossomed everywhere. However, this is only the beginning, and there are many resources still to be developed in society. Therefore, the “Education 2.1” team proposes to use the school as the medium to build a “big education platform” (hereinafter referred to as “big platform”) to optimize students learning by integrating all professions including government, universities, business and industry, non-government organizations, media, religious and cultural groups.