Posts by Katie Vander Ark
With the emergence of new educational and training programs to suit the changing job market, what does a graduate profile look like? In this post, I look at PEW Research's recent report: The Future of Jobs and Jobs Training.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, and interviews with leaders in several different fields about AI point to the same thing: an increasing importance in self-directed learning--lifelong, often project-based and (when possible) with a diverse team.
By utilizing relationships through a social entrepreneurship fellowship, plus a support system of close friends and mentors, a GenDIYer redefined his quarter-life “crisis” into a quarter-life breakthrough.
Rocketship's Spark Academy in San Jose supports students growth through an innovative rotational model, a learning lab and diverse technology programs in the classroom. The foundation of the school model includes community, parent and teacher involvement in the students individualized learning pathway on a daily basis.
New reports from Instructure and New Tech Network outline the vast postsecondary options and tools offered to prepare students for college and career.
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation is taking support for entrepreneurialism in education to the next-level. Don’t get me wrong. There’s no shortage of support for entrepreneurialism in education. USASBE’s Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education award focuses on HigherEd,…