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The new era of education and the future of work relies heavily on our ability to thin new ways (Creativity), do things in new ways (Innovation) and generate new value and opportunity (Entrepreneurship)
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CoSN unveils top edtech challenges, tools for 2019

CoSN unveils top edtech challenges, tools for 2019 | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Survey results published Tuesday reveal that ongoing professional development and keeping up with the “future of work” are the top challenges K-12 technology educators will face in 2019.

The survey, part of the Consortium for School Networking’s “Driving K-12 Innovation” initiative, asked nearly 100 teachers, administrators and and stakeholders to comment on three aspects of their K-12 classroom experience related to technology: the “hurdles,” the “accelerators” and the “enablers.”

“By highlighting the key challenges and opportunities — with an eye toward future implications — our findings should encourage meaningful discussions on the actions needed to enhance teaching and learning environments,” Irene Spero, chief external relations officer for CoSN, said in a statement.
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Survey results published Tuesday reveal that ongoing professional development and keeping up with the “future of work” are the top challenges K-12 technology educators will face in 2019. The survey, part of the Consortium for School Networking’s “Driving K-12 Innovation” initiative, asked nearly 100 teachers, administrators and and stakeholders to comment on three aspects of their K-12 classroom experience related to technology: the “hurdles,” the “accelerators” and the “enablers.” “By highlighting the key challenges and opportunities — with an eye toward future implications — our findings should encourage meaningful discussions on the actions needed to enhance teaching and learning environments,” Irene Spero, chief external relations officer for CoSN, said in a statement.
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Cultivating Future Ready Admin

Cultivating Future Ready Admin | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
How can principals effectively inspire and support educators to personalize learning for students? In this edWebinar, learn how the Vancouver Public Schools Future Ready Admin initiative builds principal capacity in digital transformation, providing personalized professional development to building leaders and engaging in problems of practice for building leadership. Discover how the district conceived, designed, and implemented this project applying the Future Ready Schools initiative at the Alliance for Excellent Education and ISTE Administrator Standards into their practice.

Join us to review topics which have resonated with principals and learn about the challenges and opportunities of cultivating Future Ready Administrators. Elementary through high school level school and district leaders, as well as teachers, librarians, and instructional coaches will benefit from attending this session. There will be time to get your questions answered at the end of the presentation.
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How can principals effectively inspire and support educators to personalize learning for students? In this edWebinar, learn how the Vancouver Public Schools Future Ready Admin initiative builds principal capacity in digital transformation, providing personalized professional development to building leaders and engaging in problems of practice for building leadership. Discover how the district conceived, designed, and implemented this project applying the Future Ready Schools initiative at the Alliance for Excellent Education and ISTE Administrator Standards into their practice. Join us to review topics which have resonated with principals and learn about the challenges and opportunities of cultivating Future Ready Administrators. Elementary through high school level school and district leaders, as well as teachers, librarians, and instructional coaches will benefit from attending this session. There will be time to get your questions answered at the end of the presentation.
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Explore Shared Education Challenges with the Challenge Map

Explore Shared Education Challenges with the Challenge Map | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Introducing the Challenge Map
Based on what we learned from challenge sessions, artifact reviews, and in-depth interviews with district leaders, we created the Challenge Map. This interactive tool features 36 specific challenges that are each broadly relevant, well-defined, and distinct from the others. The challenges are organized within nine themes, related to students and classrooms (Student Learning and Instructional Approaches), schools (Professional Learning & Support, School Culture, Climate & Safety, and Family Engagement), and full districts (Assessment, Technology & Network Infrastructure, Systems Change, and Equity).
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Introducing the Challenge Map Based on what we learned from challenge sessions, artifact reviews, and in-depth interviews with district leaders, we created the Challenge Map. This interactive tool features 36 specific challenges that are each broadly relevant, well-defined, and distinct from the others. The challenges are organized within nine themes, related to students and classrooms (Student Learning and Instructional Approaches), schools (Professional Learning & Support, School Culture, Climate & Safety, and Family Engagement), and full districts (Assessment, Technology & Network Infrastructure, Systems Change, and Equity).
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The Power of Being a Connected Educator

The Power of Being a Connected Educator | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Spread the loveA librarian shares her journey from approaching burnout to becoming her school’s technology innovator. By Nikki D. Robertson During the 2009–2010 school year, I became convinced I was missing out on something. So many of the educators around me were excited about their role, innovating at every turn and sharing those experiences with the world. I couldn’t help but wonder how they were able to do what they were doing with so much passion. Reflecting on this period of my career, it’s safe to say I was burnt out, but I also realized that feeling would only be …

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How Genius Hour Helps Kids Connect What They’re Learning in School to Their Future Goals | EdSurge News

Genius Hour has three rules:

Students must start with an essential question that cannot be answered with a simple Google search.
Students must research their question using reputable websites, interviews, and/or print resources.
Students must create something. Their product may be digital, physical or service-oriented.
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Genius Hour has three rules: Students must start with an essential question that cannot be answered with a simple Google search. Students must research their question using reputable websites, interviews, and/or print resources. Students must create something. Their product may be digital, physical or service-oriented.
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When Faculty Design Classrooms of the Future

Indiana University's Mosaic Initiative, a program that supports innovative learning space design, research, and comprehensive support across the institution, regularly brings faculty voices to the design process when creating our active learning classrooms. To give those conversations a formal home, Mosaic recently held the inaugural Mosaic Design Symposium, a day of workshops and brainstorming about the future of IU's learning spaces.
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Indiana University's Mosaic Initiative, a program that supports innovative learning space design, research, and comprehensive support across the institution, regularly brings faculty voices to the design process when creating our active learning classrooms. To give those conversations a formal home, Mosaic recently held the inaugural Mosaic Design Symposium, a day of workshops and brainstorming about the future of IU's learning spaces.
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Meet Will – Vector’s new renewable energy educator in schools | Vector Limited

Meet Will – Vector’s new renewable energy educator in schools | Vector Limited | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
In a first for education, Vector is exploring the use of “digital human” technology in its energy education programmes in primary schools.

In conjunction with New Zealand’s leading AI company Soul Machines, Vector has created Will, a “digital teacher” being trialed in its award-winning ‘Be Sustainable with Energy’ schools programme, which is offered free of charge to schools within Vector’s Auckland electricity network. The schools programme was launched in 2005 and has since educated more than 125,000 children about energy.
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In a first for education, Vector is exploring the use of “digital human” technology in its energy education programmes in primary schools. In conjunction with New Zealand’s leading AI company Soul Machines, Vector has created Will, a “digital teacher” being trialed in its award-winning ‘Be Sustainable with Energy’ schools programme, which is offered free of charge to schools within Vector’s Auckland electricity network. The schools programme was launched in 2005 and has since educated more than 125,000 children about energy.
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For creativity, ditch the light bulb theory: Danish psychology prof

For creativity, ditch the light bulb theory: Danish psychology prof | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Presenting on ‘Creativity in VET’, jet-lag notwithstanding, she got deep. But before she provided a snippet of free revolutionary thought, she explained her choice of topic.

When she did her PhD on apprentices’ learning in 2005, people thought creativity was only for artists. “But it’s a vital part of vocational education,” she said.

How so? She referred to the (Vygotsky-approved) idea that imagination is inherent to innovation. As a co-author of the PISA creativity test, due to commence in 2021, she is one of the leaders of this charge.

But it’s not just her and her colleagues who deem creativity essential to learning. In 2010, 1,500 CEOs, by way of a survey, revealed that creativity was their most prized future attribute – including in their employees.
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Presenting on ‘Creativity in VET’, jet-lag notwithstanding, she got deep. But before she provided a snippet of free revolutionary thought, she explained her choice of topic. When she did her PhD on apprentices’ learning in 2005, people thought creativity was only for artists. “But it’s a vital part of vocational education,” she said. How so? She referred to the (Vygotsky-approved) idea that imagination is inherent to innovation. As a co-author of the PISA creativity test, due to commence in 2021, she is one of the leaders of this charge. But it’s not just her and her colleagues who deem creativity essential to learning. In 2010, 1,500 CEOs, by way of a survey, revealed that creativity was their most prized future attribute – including in their employees.
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The iGen Shift: Colleges Are Changing to Reach the Next Generation - The New York Times

The iGen Shift: Colleges Are Changing to Reach the Next Generation - The New York Times | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
The newest students are transforming the way schools serve and educate them, including sending presidents and deans to Instagram and Twitter.
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The newest students are transforming the way schools serve and educate them, including sending presidents and deans to Instagram and Twitter.
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Curtin University students develop 3D-printable digital toolkit for life on Mars

Curtin University students develop 3D-printable digital toolkit for life on Mars | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it

The project, which HP said has over 85,000 participants worldwide, brings together engineers, designers, artists, and students to address issues with a human colony on the red planet.

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The project, which HP said has over 85,000 participants worldwide, brings together engineers, designers, artists, and students to address issues with a human colony on the red planet.
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The Innovation Games, Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park

The Innovation Games, Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Part of Sydney Science Festival in National Science Week, The Innovation Games is a free event full of new ways to taste, touch and see science and technology in ACTION!
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Part of Sydney Science Festival in National Science Week, The Innovation Games is a free event full of new ways to taste, touch and see science and technology in ACTION!
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Which digital skills do you really need? | Nesta

Which digital skills do you really need? | Nesta | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Nesta's study of 41 million job adverts reveals not all digital skills will be equally valuable in the future and creativity is key
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10 Characteristics of an Innovative Classroom - Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 - Education Week

10 Characteristics of an Innovative Classroom - Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 - Education Week | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
If your goal is to engage and educate students to the greatest extent possible, you need to consider the benefits of an innovative classroom. An innovative classroom will possess several key traits
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Top K-12 Hurdles, Accelerators and Technology Enablers Revealed in New CoSN Innovation Survey | CoSN

Top K-12 Hurdles, Accelerators and Technology Enablers Revealed in New CoSN Innovation Survey | CoSN | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
According to results from a new innovation survey, CoSN today revealed the top five hurdles, accelerators and technology enablers in K-12 education.
 
The trends were identified in CoSN’s survey of nearly 100 education leaders, practitioners and changemakers worldwide. The participants engaged in a six-month discussion about emerging technologies as part of CoSN’s Driving K-12 Innovation initiative. Beginning in early 2019, CoSN will produce a series of three publications focusing on each topic. The series will be capped off with a new toolkit delivering practical tips for schools leaders to spark discussions and action around the findings.
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SURVEY RESULTS ARE NOW IN! Select a phase to read the just-released results. See also: press release. Hurdles. Obstacles that make participants slow down, evaluate, practice and then make the leap to better support teaching and learning Accelerators. Megatrends that drive change – sometimes suddenly over time so gradually the implications aren’t readily apparent. Tech Enablers. Tools that support smoother leaps over the hurdles and expansive changes in global K-12 education. Toolkit. A series toolkit will help school leaders and practitioners initiate and facilitate crucial conversations that help them put the ideas from the series into action. (*Coming in 2019)
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Western Australia’s science finds strength in its isolation

Western Australia’s science finds strength in its isolation | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it


“We have to be very collaborative here,” agrees Sue Fletcher, a biomedical researcher at Murdoch University, also in Perth. “We’re a smaller city. We don’t have the same number of institutions with big expensive equipment, so the universities work together really well to access each others’ facilities.”

Data support this perspective. A 2016 report by Nature Index, which tracks scientific-article author affiliations, found that Curtin University and the University of Western Australia (UWA) formed Australia’s strongest collaboration between two research institutes, coming 73rd globally. No other Australian university made it into the list of the top 100 partnerships.

The data also showed that Curtin was the most collaborative Australian university overall.

“Collaboration comes naturally here,” says Robyn Owens, deputy vice-chancellor for research at UWA. “It’s only by doing that that we can ensure we have the appropriate research infrastructure in Western Australia.”

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“We have to be very collaborative here,” agrees Sue Fletcher, a biomedical researcher at Murdoch University, also in Perth. “We’re a smaller city. We don’t have the same number of institutions with big expensive equipment, so the universities work together really well to access each others’ facilities.”

Data support this perspective. A 2016 report by Nature Index, which tracks scientific-article author affiliations, found that Curtin University and the University of Western Australia (UWA) formed Australia’s strongest collaboration between two research institutes, coming 73rd globally. No other Australian university made it into the list of the top 100 partnerships.

The data also showed that Curtin was the most collaborative Australian university overall.

“Collaboration comes naturally here,” says Robyn Owens, deputy vice-chancellor for research at UWA. “It’s only by doing that that we can ensure we have the appropriate research infrastructure in Western Australia.”
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How to Make Your Shift to Future-Focused Learning Successful

How to Make Your Shift to Future-Focused Learning Successful | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
In future-focused learning, learners strive together to find and solve real-world problems that matter, and I’m thrilled to take part in seeing this remarkable transformation happen in schools all over the world. Making the shift to future-focused learning should be a joyful and curious experience for both you and your learners, after all.

This November, we invite you to join us Monday Nov. 19th to Tuesday Nov. 20th. in beautiful Richmond, British Columbia for a special 2-day workshop entitled Future-Focused Learning: 10 Essential Shifts of Everyday Practice. It’s designed to help guide you in your own shifts of practice and explore future-focused learning in a fun collaborative atmosphere with like-minded educators from all over the world.
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In future-focused learning, learners strive together to find and solve real-world problems that matter, and I’m thrilled to take part in seeing this remarkable transformation happen in schools all over the world. Making the shift to future-focused learning should be a joyful and curious experience for both you and your learners, after all. This November, we invite you to join us Monday Nov. 19th to Tuesday Nov. 20th. in beautiful Richmond, British Columbia for a special 2-day workshop entitled Future-Focused Learning: 10 Essential Shifts of Everyday Practice. It’s designed to help guide you in your own shifts of practice and explore future-focused learning in a fun collaborative atmosphere with like-minded educators from all over the world.
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Doubling Down On Learners

Doubling Down On Learners | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
As the education world continues its discussions about transformation and how it can meet the future needs of the businesses we own or run, it is helpful to know the personalities that are responsible for that transformation. One of the people that you should know–an industry heavyweight that has led the charge to transform our antiquated education system into a fully functioning real-world modern education system–is Samantha Adams Becker. Her influence is felt at every level in education, helping those who work in the trenches to win the war on complacency. She is a tireless promoter who writes and directs the narrative for the changes we demand in the business of education.
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Very pleased to be able to call Sam a friend and colleague!

"As the education world continues its discussions about transformation and how it can meet the future needs of the businesses we own or run, it is helpful to know the personalities that are responsible for that transformation. One of the people that you should know–an industry heavyweight that has led the charge to transform our antiquated education system into a fully functioning real-world modern education system–is Samantha Adams Becker. Her influence is felt at every level in education, helping those who work in the trenches to win the war on complacency. She is a tireless promoter who writes and directs the narrative for the changes we demand in the business of education."
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Claude Shannon: How a Real Genius Solves Problems – Personal Growth –

Claude Shannon may have been a singular genius with a unique mind, but the process he used isn’t out of reach for any of us. His strength was in this process and its application.

Good problem-solving is a product of both critical and creative thinking. The best way to combine them is to have some process in place that allows each to shine through.

Thinking patterns shape our minds. The goal is to have the right thinking patterns doing so.
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Good problem-solving is a product of both critical and creative thinking. The best way to combine them is to have some process in place that allows each to shine through.
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Teaching Innovation: The Use of Useless Worlds – Sam Hollon –

Three hundred audience members at the University of Southern California left their seats. They stood up, gathered into small groups, received decks of colorful cards, talked, and wrote. The groups comprised members from fields spanning education to urban planning and game development to linguistics. Over the course of the ten-hour workshop, a website filled up in real time with writing, photos, and artwork with as much diversity as its creators’ backgrounds — all describing the island nation of Rilao, which, strictly speaking, does not exist.
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Over the course of the ten-hour workshop, a website filled up in real time with writing, photos, and artwork with as much diversity as its creators’ backgrounds — all describing the island nation of Rilao, which, strictly speaking, does not exist.
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When We Need Tools on Mars, We'll Turn to 3D Printing

When We Need Tools on Mars, We'll Turn to 3D Printing | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
An Australian university team is creating a 3D-printed toolkit to assist with living and working on Mars.
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Congratulations once again to Qassim, Anne and the students who participated.

"There are no Home Depot stores on Mars. “On Mars, I don’t believe people will be able to afford the luxury of Earth’s manufacturing culture, at least at the beginning of life on Mars,” Dr. Qassim Saad, head of product design at Curtin University in Perth, Australia, told Design News. 
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Design is Not Going to Save the World: How Human-Centered Design is Failing Us

Design is Not Going to Save the World: How Human-Centered Design is Failing Us. Human-centered design has become the go-to operating system for innovation. Unfortunately, it is inadequate to help us solve the really big…
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Switch up education models or risk sinking into irrelevance: white paper’s message to unis

Switch up education models or risk sinking into irrelevance: white paper’s message to unis | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Australian Universities need a new approach to education, one that harnesses the enthusiasm of the next generation of students to solve society’s biggest problems, a new white paper has argued.

Its authors said students who attend university because of the cultural narrative that it will get them a better job are following an outdated playbook. Those graduating this year instead face fewer than ever ‘zero-experience’ entry level graduate roles and an environment in which employers are caring less about university degrees.

“These graduates are taking roles that someone without an expensive university education can easily fill,” the white paper read. “If this trend continues then a university education becomes less of a pathway to meaningful employment and more of a luxury good.”
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Australian Universities need a new approach to education, one that harnesses the enthusiasm of the next generation of students to solve society’s biggest problems, a new white paper has argued. Its authors said students who attend university because of the cultural narrative that it will get them a better job are following an outdated playbook. Those graduating this year instead face fewer than ever ‘zero-experience’ entry level graduate roles and an environment in which employers are caring less about university degrees. “These graduates are taking roles that someone without an expensive university education can easily fill,” the white paper read. “If this trend continues then a university education becomes less of a pathway to meaningful employment and more of a luxury good.”
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What Happens to Student Behavior When Schools Prioritize Art | MindShift | KQED News

What Happens to Student Behavior When Schools Prioritize Art | MindShift | KQED News | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Excerpt from You, Your Child, and School: Navigate Your Way to the Best Education by Sir Ken Robinson, Ph. D and Lou Aronica, published on March 13, 2018 by Viking, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright by Ken Robinson, 2018.
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Excerpt from You, Your Child, and School: Navigate Your Way to the Best Education by Sir Ken Robinson, Ph. D and Lou Aronica, published on March 13, 2018 by Viking, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright by Ken Robinson, 2018.
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Reluctant Adopters and Technology Initiatives

Reluctant Adopters and Technology Initiatives | Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it
Addressing the valid concerns teachers have about new tech tools helps them accept change and builds positive relationships.
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Addressing the valid concerns teachers have about new tech tools helps them accept change and builds positive relationships.
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Learning to Work With Robots – Foreign Policy –

Rethinking educational systems and curriculums to ensure today’s students gain the skills that will equip them for a rapidly changing labor market is thus essential. Some places have already begun: The Canadian province of Ontario is training its young people in critical thinking, communication, creativity, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. Even China is making a push to incorporate creativity into its notoriously rote curriculum.
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"Rethinking educational systems and curriculums to ensure today’s students gain the skills that will equip them for a rapidly changing labor market is thus essential. Some places have already begun: The Canadian province of Ontario is training its young people in critical thinking, communication, creativity, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. Even China is making a push to incorporate creativity into its notoriously rote curriculum."
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