It's a pivotal time in education. For hundreds of years students have sat in classes having knowledge imparted to them by teachers. Now, from high school, often earlier, virtually every student carries a device from which they can find out pretty much anything in a matter of seconds.
In this speech, technology futurist Shara Evans will provide you with state-of-the-art information on technologies such as AI and robotics, then take you on a journey into the job market of the 2030s and beyond. While many jobs may disappear or change in fundamental ways, emerging technologies will also bring about many new opportunities.
In this speech, technology futurist Shara Evans will take you on a journey into the job market of the 2030s based on her extensive research of projects that are already being worked on / contemplated in research labs around the world. Starting with a look at today’s state-of-the-art developments, Shara will then extrapolate how the evolution of technology will impact life in the 2030s and beyond
Global Futurist Anders Sörman-Nilsson warns that STEM skills will not always be the key to employment in the future as well as the importance of both left and right brain thinking for the future of work - interviewed on ABC TV Weekend Breakfast Program (aired on the 23rd of February, 2019)
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen examines some of the latest research in how to build resilience, mastery and a Growth Mindset in young people. Giving constant praise and affirmation has been proven to not work in building true self-esteem - so what does?
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen identifies 3 steps educators can take to create classroom experiences that are meaningful and memorable. Michael examines some of the latest research in the learning styles of today's students and explores how schools and teachers can more effectively engage them in learning
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen explores the research basis for a Fixed vs a Growth Mindset and highlights the hallmarks of each. More importantly, he explains why a Growth Mindset will matter more than ever in the years ahead.
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen examines the most important paradigm shift educators will need to make if they are to be future-fit. In considering the capabilities that students will need in the years ahead, how must schools, teachers and classrooms need to adapt to stay relevant?
In this short video clip, 6-time bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen challenges the assumption that left-brain STEM subjects are the key to future-proofing young people. Looking at the latest research, Michael explores why skills in creativity and originality will be of far greater important in an age dominated by Artificial Intelligence and robotics.
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen highlights the growing prevalence of 'fake news' and 'alternate facts' and examines why skills in deep learning and discernment will be increasingly important in the years ahead.
Recent years have seen the discussion of the relevance of the current education system come to dominate public dialogue. Doubts and fears have risen surrounding the prospects of the current form of education in Western countries, the preparation of students for a rapidly changing technological world, and inequalities within the system.
The need for change is clear, but there is an underlying concern that it seems unachievable and unrealistic to adopt the progressive practices that often seem limited to the north of Europe.
As we consider how to make our classroom and school system "future fit", one of the most important things we need to embrace as educators is a paradigm shift from focussing on content delivery to capability building.
I love speaking to groups of people involved in education because education is so important, and there are so many opportunities to improve the way we do it. However, there is also frustration in the education sector because it’s so big and dependent on government funding, and change can often appear slow.