How to prepare students for the unknowable


For students to be successful now and in the future, we must empower them to direct their own learning, think creatively and critically, and use technology to solve problems

The workforce is on the cusp of a major evolution. But will Gen Z—those born after 1996 and just beginning to think about their careers—be prepared with the essential skills to succeed? Now more than ever before, educators have the opportunity and the imperative to engage students in learning tasks that ask them to think critically and problem-solve.

According to an Institute for the Future report, “The Next
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