The Sydney Opera House’s Digital Learning producer, Tara Smith, said: “To prepare today’s students for the jobs of the future we must first prepare educators. That is what the Schools of the Future Conference is all about and the Sydney Opera House is the perfect place to host these creative conversations.”
CSIRO research indicates 73% of jobs in 2017 will be replaced or significantly disrupted by 2030
THE PROFOUND CHANGES AHEAD DEMAND AN EDUCATION APPROACH THAT WILL PROVIDE YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ENDURING CAPABILITIES AND SKILLS TO HARNESS THE OPPORTUNITIES OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE.
Joyce Valenza: Communicate, Collaborate, Create: and think Critically 2012 Perth "Students of today should be creators of ideas, not just consumers of information. Web 2.0 enables students to create, publish, reflect, comment and change their ideas based on connections with others."
The game has changed, and interactive technologies open up an enormous range of opportunities for sharing of information, problem solving and collaboration, and creation of new knowledge. NOW-not just web 2.0 tools