SMART EDUCATION

Teaching with a whiteboard and marker is no longer an effective method to instill in youth the skills they need to thrive in the 21stcentury. This generation of children are digital natives, for whom technology is second nature.

Educators must innovate and transform to stay relevant, and to respond and adapt to disruptors changing the landscape. The schools of today are made up of multiple moving parts, whereas schools from three generations ago were mostly simple one room, one-teacher set-ups, fully manual and paper based. The next generation of schools will be even more agile. Communication is ever more important not just between teachers and students, but also with parents, administrators, and other stakeholders.

 

The nature of the ecosystem is such that each part feeds into the other. The output of the education system is the input for the government and private sector. This is why aligning outcomes with the needs of the labor market is so key. We believe in transforming education holistically.