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British Education Experts: 'Empathy Must Be Integrated Into School Curriculum'

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British education thought-leaders appeal to government to incorporate empathy and inter-personal skills into school curriculum.

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Inventor to Schools: ‘Let Kids Fail!’

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We've heard the importance of failure and experimentation in learning. In this excellent interview on Science Friday, inventor James Dyson speaks about his dire

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American Schools Are Training Kids for a World That Doesn't Exist | WIRED

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Being dumb in the existing educational system is bad enough. Failing to create a new way of learning adapted to contemporary circumstances might be a national disaster. The good news is, some people are working on it.

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The Rise Of The Smart Creative

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We often hear about millennials being the ones that are going to take over the workplace, but we’re missing the larger picture, there’s a new brand type of employee out there. The Smart Creative.
That’s right; there’s no age or generation that goes with this kind of employee. It has to do with the mindset that has been instilled by this information-driven society.
So, What Is A Smart Creative?
This term is coined in the book “How Google Works” by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg. In the book, they describe the type of employees that Google attracts as well as some stories of how Google started their unique hiring and retention process.
If you’re an HR manager or even an employee trying to create a google-like atmosphere within your office, this book is a good starter kit to building a culture similar to Google’s.
A smart creative is an employee that doesn’t chase compensation; they chase the ability to cause change and disrupt industries. They’re not the type to cause any workplace problems; they are the ones that are finding solutions to some major problems.
Smart creatives are the types to not hold back on whenever they have an idea that can make
Most importantly, smart creatives aren’t afraid to fail. They’re not scared to try something new, and they will do their best in collecting data and analytics to make sure that their ideas are foolproof.


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Rona Lewis's curator insight, November 30, 2014 6:26 PM

Are you a smart creative?

Paula King, Ph.D.'s curator insight, December 17, 2014 4:15 PM

Good article.