Talk to Dr Anne Kovachevich
Rising automation, emerging jobs and life-long learning are shaping the future of schools
The global job market is rapidly changing. Schools must prepare students with the knowledge, skills and adaptability for unknown jobs and technology that has not yet been invented. At the same time, students should learn sustainable living practices and responsible consumer habits to ensure the wellbeing of communities and the environment.
This report examines the key trends changing our understanding of learning and shaping schools of the future. The findings are a synthesis of research and trends across the education sector, with global examples of best practice and insight from industry experts.
Students in schools with a strong sense of community are more likely to be academically motivated; to act ethically; to develop social and emotional competencies; and to avoid a number of problem behaviors.”
Every learning experience is about getting the pupils to have an emotional connection to it because if the heart is excited then the mind always remembers.”