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The Future of Tech and Work

The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.

The Future of Tech and Work

Home Topics The Future of Tech and Work
The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.

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Jeff Selingo on Who Gets Into College And Why

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Jeff Selingo to discuss his new book Who Gets In And Why, an inside look at college admissions.

David Price on the Power of Us

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with David Price OBE to discuss his new book, The Power of Us.

Dream Jobs of the Innovation Age

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By: Cameron Paterson. It is important to develop transferable skills and career insights for young people to aspire to the dream jobs of the innovation age.

Turning Dead Malls into Community Assets

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Repurposing dead malls may be the right invention opportunity to create human development centers while salvaging returns for property owners.

Teacher Care: Apps and Ideas for Finding Balance

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares apps and ideas for teachers to focus on self-care and mindfulness.

Paid Internships Propel Albuquerque Youth

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Tom shares how Future Focused Education has transitioned its internship program into a hybrid model to better support students through the pandemic.

Reshaping Talent Development: Pandemic Edition

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By: Steven Hodas. Teaching and leadership roles in education during a pandemic look incredibly different than before. Talent development in education moving forward will require the kinds of policies and supports that other sectors have previously looked to.

Leaders Are Not the Chief Decider, They Are Decision Architects

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Decision making now includes more complexity, more stakeholders, and more agreements needed to be reached. Leaders need better tools and templates to make better decisions yielding coherent and effective change.

Ed Hess on Adapting to the Speed of Change

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Tom Vander Ark is joined by Ed Hess to talk hyper-learning — one of the new demands of the 21st-Century workforce.

Lining Up Career Dreams with Reality

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By: Dr. Suzette Lovely. Suzette discusses how to build exposure and aspirations around careers that may not currently exist.

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