It’s strange to think of today’s kindergartners as graduates in 2030. This image is even more unpredictable whereas the ways people interact, socialize and work are shifting so rapidly, making it hard to figure out what will happen in the future of today’s students.
In order to explore these possibilities, a research by Microsoft and McKinsey & Company’s Education Practice comes to the aid, examining what teachers, schools and system leaders can do to ensure today’s students will be ready to thrive in 2030 as well as the role technology can play.
The main result of this research on the future of learning is to point out that kids of 2018 will be better prepared graduates if they will develop strong social and emotional skills in a personalized learning environment, that also leverages on collaboration as a necessary aspect to allow pupils to grow together supporting each other.
The researchers, which surveyed more than 2.000 students and 2.000 teachers, collected the outcomes of their work in a series of interesting remarks:
To know about all the aspects touched by this research and discover all the results, you can download the whole study here.
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