What skills do people need to thrive in the 21st century work force?
This blog is for people who want to be part of the solution for one or more of the following 3 priorities:
1) How we can use our roles as leaders to inspire a more compassionate approach for all when implementing positive change in personal and professional communities.
2) How we can inspire more of our students to become advocates for a more just world, through the pursuit of emotional intelligence and heart-centered ways of living/working.
3) How we can bridge the gap between the theoretical knowledge that continues to dominate many mainstream education daily routines, and the real-world skills that students will need in their future.
In today’s post, I’m sharing with you a recent interview of Malcolm Nicolson, the former the Head of the IB Diploma, who is currently working on some innovative publication projects as the Academic Lead for EdTrove. In this video, Malcolm shares some of his thoughts on how educators can help better prepare their students for the 21st century world of work.
If you value people skills and you believe it’s important to consider where our world is heading, when making decisions that affect the nature of change in teaching and learning, then this video is for you.
P.S. Do you know someone who’d likes this kind of thing?