We live in a fast-paced, exciting time. In the past fifteen years, we’ve been witness to a technological revolution. New disruptive companies and technologies have changed our lives. The future is hard to predict as innovations move faster and new possibilities for mankind are revealed. Personal technologies have changed the way we learn, and the way we interact with each other, and certainly how we work.
How can educational institutions prepare students for the workplace of tomorrow – not to just exist in it, but to thrive in it, or even drive it?
When the answer to anything is accessible at one’s fingertips—an answer based learning system becomes less helpful to students. Technology skills become a necessity. Is the education your child receiving preparing them with relevant skills required for thriving in modern life, or is it stuck in another time, teaching skills and ideas that have gone extinct?