Teaching for Tomorrow: Teachers' Success in the Digital Age
When: Wednesday, 13 December 2023 at 17:00 CET
Where: Online, register here
How do you prepare students for jobs that don’t exist yet? This is a question that many teachers face in the 21st century, as the world of work is constantly changing and evolving. According to a report by the World Economic Forum, 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist. To succeed in this uncertain and dynamic future, students need to develop a set of skills that go beyond the traditional academic disciplines. These skills include creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and digital literacy.
But how can teachers help their students develop these skills? How can they design learning experiences that foster innovation, problem-solving, and lifelong learning? How can they keep up with the latest trends and technologies that shape the future of work?
Integral to this webinar we will explore Intel Skills for Innovation (Intel SFI) professional development platform. We showcase how cutting-edge technology can be seamlessly integrated into learning to tackle real-world issues, like wildlife poaching. We'll offer a succinct overview of Intel SFI's impact on fostering a tech-enabled learning environment and then pivot to the pressing issue of wildlife poaching. The highlight of the session is a live, interactive demonstration of the 'Eyes on Wildlife' project—an AI-driven Starter Pack designed to teach students how to use Python and AI to detect poaching activity.