Education

Automation and Work – trends to watch

Let’s look at what’s happening with the automation of work, become informed, start a conversation about what skills and competencies might be needed, what this means for our students, teachers, schools, learning systems, communities and societies.

Changing Work – are students ready?

The nature of almost all forms of work is changing rapidly, and new skills are required. Routine manual and cognitive tasks such as factory work and analysis are being replaced or augmented by robots and machine learning. Agriculture is becoming automated.┬áSo what is happening in the world of work, and how can we prepare for what’s coming?

Schools Must Change – here’s why

When reading through articles that examine human technologies, innovation and the future, it’s always interesting how few attempt to seriously tackle education and learning.

Schools are Outdated – here’s why

Today we’re looking at work and employment, and how these are changing. So how and why is work changing, and what are the effects of these changes? As you can imagine, there’s a lot happening, but it is possible to identify trends in the future of work and the risks and opportunities that exist for young people, and what this might mean for learning.

Education Trends – what’s the future?

Today we’re looking at emerging educational technologies and resources, along with some of the conversations that are happening around learning for the future.

10 facts about the future of Science

Today we’re going to look at some of the work being done through a Science lens and the new opportunities for young people as they enter university and the world of work.

Industry Automation – things to know

This article takes a look at automation in Industry 4.0, and questions whether education systems are preparing students for a new world of work.

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