This is the tenth report in a series of reports exploring new forms of teaching, learning and assessment. The reports are intended for teachers, policy makers, academics, students, researchers, designers of educational technology, and for anyone who is interested in pedagogical innovation and how education is changing. This 2022 report was co-authored by researchers in The Open University's Institute of Educational Technology in collaboration with colleagues at the Open University of Catalonia. It proposes ten promising innovations for a post-pandemic world of education: hybrid models, dual learning scenarios, pedagogies of microcredentials, pedagogy of autonomy, watch parties, influencer-led education, pedagogies of the home, pedagogy of discomfort, wellbeing education, and walk-and-talk

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