Creative Teaching & Learning

Think Like A Human!

Michael Mann, from the innovation Foundation NESTA makes the case for collaborative problem solving.

Every generation has a responsibility to ask what skills and knowledge are most essential for children to learn. Some necessary and fundamental skills will change little over time- like being able to read and write, or master maths. Others will change depending on technological developments and the requirements of an evolving jobs market. The education system should prepare every young person for the world of work and enable them to fulfil their potential as active and happy members of society.

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