In other words, students in these schools are not just being taught the facts, but are learning how to think and thrive in our complex and interconnected world.
If we want to genuinely catalyze a shift to future-oriented teaching, we need to be equipping our teachers with strategies to practice and promote wellbeing on a daily basis.
I would lead by example and choose to practice moderation in my thoughts and actions rather than just talking about it.
First-grade teachers are the most important influencer to children after their parents, and the ones by which children will spend more time during the creative and vulnerable ages of 6-10 years old.
More than half the world’s population is under 30 years old.
This prompted Global Shapers to make an unprecedented large-scale survey with a goal of determining the mindset of this young generation.
When you look into ideology, faiths, and beliefs are being manipulated. I would strive really hard to promote moderation within the country.
The concept of moderation embraces a wide range of issues, from religion, social justice and political systems to the challenges that the global economy faces.
As technology progresses at a rapid rate, we know that the future of work will look very different to the one that we are educating our children for right now.
Schools around the world that are effectively educating for the future are focusing on wellbeing, and the things that matter, like how to strengthen positive relationships, enhance personal resilience and explore what it means to be a contributing global citizen.