How To Secure Your Child's Future

It is important to understand which future skills will be needed in a world in which technology is changing at such a fast pace. Acquiring relevant skills for these changes is critical not only for current students but also for working professionals as digitization is impacting the workforce.

The Value of Education: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Costs?

The Value of Education: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Costs?

There has been a growing debate in recent years around the benefits of education given the dramatic rise in tuition fees. Do the benefits of education outweigh the costs?

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The Future of Jobs: How will it Change Education?

The Future of Jobs: How will it Change Education?

How will education evolve as jobs change in the future and how do you ensure that your child takes advantage of the opportunities ahead?

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Which Skills will be Most Prized?

Which Skills will be Most Prized?

Professor Straughan from the Singapore Management University and technologist Ayesha Khanna share their thoughts on which skills would be most prized in the future.

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The Economist: Artificial Intelligence will Create New Kinds of Work.

The Economist: Artificial Intelligence will Create New Kinds of Work.

Humans will supply digital services to complement AI.

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Why You Should Never Stop Learning

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

What does it mean to be a lifelong student and can online learning replace physical institutions?

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The Half-Life of Knowledge

The Half-Life of Knowledge

How long will your skills stay relevant and what you can do about it

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The Economist: Lifelong Learning is Becoming an Economic Imperative

The Economist: Lifelong Learning is Becoming an Economic Imperative

Technological change demands stronger and more continuous connections between education and employment, says Andrew Palmer. The faint outlines of such a system are now emerging.

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How Classrooms Are Getting Smarter

Research suggests that students remember 20% of the information they hear but retain 90% of the information they receive through activity. As such, experiential learning through video games as well as virtual and augmented reality looks set to become the learning tools for the next generation.

Let the Games Begin

Let the Games Begin

Applying video game rules to learning leverages on people's natural desires for mastery and competition.

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Bridging the Gap between Virtual and Reality

Bridging the Gap between Virtual and Reality

Virtual and augmented reality have the potential to deliver immersive content to students.

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The Economist: Together, Technology and Teachers can Revamp Schools

The Economist: Together, Technology and Teachers can Revamp Schools

How the science of learning can get the best out of edtech.

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