We have embraced the profound changes of the digital age and we are exploring the further dazzling disruption of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, yet education often remains unchanged and seems largely disconnected from these dramatic developments.
Lifelong learning has become crucial. As technology replaces human roles, big data, artificial intelligence and smart living create new workforce paradigms and require new skills. Imagining future jobs calls for a reimagined, renewed education today.
How can education systems transform themselves to anticipate the future? What tools and innovations will be the real change-makers? What role should higher education, technology and entrepreneurship play in shaping change? Speakers at WISE@Madrid share their views.
Can Universities Save the Enlightenment?
Universities should renew their civic mission, embracing a new focus on education for democratic citizenship.
Designing the Future of Education
While design thinking isn’t the silver bullet to solving everything, it does have a significant...
The Death of Education, But the Dawn of Learning
Perhaps if we really allow the learners to lead, this is where they will lead...
Simple Questions, Complex Challenges
The education system must meet the challenge of formulating the right questions in order to...
Redesigning Educational Systems for the Future
A new paradigm is urgently needed to prepare young people to become tomorrow’s leaders with...
The Big Idea: Reset the Entrepreneurship Ecosystem with Education
Entrepreneurship education and early involvement with the professional world need to become embedded within our...
Why Higher Education Must Transform Itself to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century
The future of higher education depends on the ability of colleges to produce a workforce...
The Changing Ends and Paradigm for Education in the World
A new form of education—designed to teach young people to improve their personal, local, national...
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