As teachers and trainers, how do we contribute to expanding the way our students think? How do we provide learning opportunities for students to safely experiment with ‘elastic thinking’?
A new report out this week from The Australian Industry Group: SURVEY REPORT Workforce Development Needs Skilling: A National Imperative https://cdn.aigroup.com.au/Reports/2018/Survey_Report_WFDNeeds_Skilling_Sept2018.pdf tells is an interesting story of where technology, literacy and training are causing a convergence of both need for skilling and opportunity to achieve this.
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Interesting speech yesterday by Russel Howcroft at the National Press Club - 15 Aug 2018. (https://www.npc.org.au/speakers/russel-howcroft/ ) 'The Creative Economy Deficit'.
So how do we nurture the gamut of creativity in our students, so that when they get into the workforce, they can be part of, influence and leverage off this new economy?