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Australia: Essential education, future jobs must be taught with tech

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Date: 4 Sep 2018 | by: David Cowen | Story Source: Raconteur ~ Go to Original Article

Applications of technology in classrooms can add great value, but leave room for the human interactions of skilled teachers.

At the tender age of 87, Michelangelo said “I am still learning”, making him a poster child for lifelong education.

Learning has come a long way since Renaissance Italy, but educators and administrators still face the same concerns in equipping students from school to university for the world of work; except today’s world is faster and more automated, with flexible patterns of employment.

Joe Fuller, a Harvard Business School professor who…


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