Technology, automation, and globalization have transformed how we live, learn, work, and interact.
It’s unreasonable to teach students using strategies and tactics more aligned with the past than the present. Schools that do so are increasingly irrelevant. It’s also unreasonable to think that our approaches to teaching and learning today are future proof. Planning for and adapting to accelerating change is now part of the teaching profession—which itself is likely to undergo significant change as new disruptors like artificial intelligence and virtual reality are poised to change existing paradigms.