“We may not be able to prepare the future for our children but we can at least prepare our children for the future.”
We live in an age where technology is progressing so rapidly that classic rote learning skills may soon become obsolete in the workforce. This means that skills such as critical thinking, confidence bolstering, ethics, globalization, digital integration etc will soon become the new normal .
Therefore, we invite you once again to join us with returning speaker, Alan Cohen from Harvard University, Graduate School of Education alongside Rachel Ellyard, Director of Human Resources, Ernst & Young, and Dr. Paul Lieblich, Co-founder, Co-Author IB PYP, National Distinguished Principal, as together we debate and discuss how innovation in learning today can foster better candidates for the work place of the future.
DATE: APRIL 11
TIME: 8:30AM – 10AM
VENUE: CLARION SCHOOL
In fact, Here are 3 reasons you definetly need to attend!
- Alan’s Back! After flooring parents with his unparalleled insight into progressive parenting and the future of education, Alan Cohen returns for a very real take on what skills children need to learn today in order for them to survive the world of tomorrow.
- It’s an honest glimpse into what business want out of candidates today. With help from the director of Human Resources at Ernst & Young, Rachel Ellyard, we’ll break down why giant firms today wish their employees came in with skills like critical thinking, confident speaking, empathy, digital integration and more – all a product of progressive education.
- It’s a an opportunity to get your questions answered. As a parent, progressive Education may seem like a buzz word you struggle to fully grasp – if so, this panel will present itself as a great avenue for you to throw out all of your concerns and expectations.