Future of work
Over the last decade, the Getting Smart team along with dedicated guest authors and columnists have covered what’s next and what is possible in education. Our posts range from innovations in learning spaces, student agency, to AI—providing our readers the opportunity to learn about emerging trends and see themselves as…
The idea of responding to a calling in our professional lives is widely appreciated across disciplines.
By: B. Nicely. The Kearney School District Superintendent describes the role the Real World Learning Initiative plays in career success preparation.
Work experiences can be as important as formal education (high school and college in particular) in terms of shaping career preferences and readiness.
Tom outlines three things that may cause you to reconsider your personal picture of powerful learning experiences
By: Dr. P. Mehrotra. The impact of technologies like AI on the workforce will be greater than we’ve previously had to encounter. But the future of work will still require creativity.
By: Paul Mumma. In current times, it is more critical than ever to utilize technolgy to improve our learning abilities and create a system of effective, lifelong learning.
One teacher decided to frame their entire school year around the future of work, analyzing the teaching and learning in their classroom in the context of takeaways from future of work reports, and chose strategies outlined in this post to educate and prepare students for the workplace ahead.