4 Lessons for your Life from The French Revolution I have always been interested in history. I know others find history to be completely mind-numbing, but for me history is the account of humanities great experiments, a catalogue of our great triumphs and a recollection of our failures; lessons that we can learn from to […]
Photo by Alice Achterhof on Unsplash. Creativity is, and will continue to be, a vital skill of the knowledge worker economy, and as such a key element of future education. We must be creative in our approaches to problems, issues and opportunities. So how do we become more creative?
Collaboration is shaping up as one of those extremely vital skills of the future knowledge worker economy. Yet how many students are taught explicitly how to collaborate and work effectively as a team. What is your level of collaboration? Do you know? And if we need it, how do we improve it?