Yes They’re Ready to Teach in the F
“Our global society faces dangers of inequity inside and outside our schools. If we are to realize the peaceful and prosperous vision of the future we desire, a focus on equity through and within our educational systems must be one of our main driving forces.” — Michael Soskil
Welcome to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s a complex, volatile, everchanging world where we have already witnessed fundamental shifts in the way we live. Given this extraordinary period of societal change, what will this mean for teaching? How should teachers equip learners with the competencies and mindset to approach learning as being lifelong? How can education equip learners with agency to shape their own lives and contribute to the lives of their communities?
46 Good Teacher Magazine Term 2 2018
Six internationally recognized Global Teacher Prize finalists have authored a new book (Teaching in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Standing at the Precipice; Routledge, March 2018) in which they share their vision and strategies for an education system that matches the needs of the future. The Global Search for Education is pleased to welcome co-authors Armand Doucet, Jelmer Evers, Koen Timmers, Michael Soskil, Elisa Guerra Cruz and Nadia Lopez.
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Term 2 Issue of the Good Teacher Magazine for 2018