The education sector as we know it is undergoing rapid change. Learning has expanded beyond traditional brick and mortar classrooms. Through advances in technology, time and space are no longer constraints to learning and teaching.
Since the very idea of education is changing, everyone is free to reimagine learning in ways they deem best. This is exactly what we asked our WISE@NY speakers to do. In this special focus, they imagine what their ideal learning environments look like.
How Museums can Contribute to a Journey of Discovery and Learning
Our educational system is less than perfect, and museums play a crucial role in the...
Imagine a World where Students are Taught to be Citizens First
What I imagine for students in the 21st century are outdoor classrooms that encourage youth...
Can Innovations Help Leapfrog Progress in Education?
Can innovations in education help address skills inequality and skills uncertainty at the same time?
Imagine if Learning Were Creating — Computational Thinking in Primary School
The goal is to identify the models with the greatest potential, and then scale these...
Preparing Today’s Youth for Today’s Challenges
As a premiere destination for young people who want to change the world through empathy...
Power Skills: Preparing Students for the Future of Work
How can the education system prepare students for jobs that are not yet invented?
Unlocking the Educational Potential of the 3.5 Billion Still Offline
The key to providing equal access to education has four key principles: Empathy, iteration, systems...
“The Mind Once Enlightened Cannot Again Become Dark”
It must become our collective aim to broaden horizons so that our children can write...
Bringing the World to Learning
A strong education prepares people with the appropriate skills to adjust to new jobs in...
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