As we look out to the future of education, it will come in many forms: Educating young people for the world of tomorrow, and not yesterday, the lifelong learning needed by everyone to stay a valuable member of economies in a rapid continuous change, and a planet-first education to ensure we have a future.

We are also on the cusp of a new revolution in human ingenuity and thinking that will push more people further up Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Education’s opportunity is to serve as the foundation of this elevation. Here are some of the questions we are asking around education and learning.

We ask these 3 key questions when looking at the future of all industries.

  1. How will you intertwine the Triple Bottom Line of Planet, People, and Prosperity?

  2. Where are the Moments of Courage you need?

  3. What Key Questions will unlock new mental models?
We encourage you to harness exponential technologies and take Courageous Actions to Build Forward.

The Triple Bottom Line

  • How to teach the One Planet Living Mindset, and unlearn consumption, and toward Circular and Regenerative Systems Thinking?
  • How to teach a planet positive view and responsibility to the Anthropocene?
  • How to harness emerging technologies to democratize education, and to teach for the future, not for the past?
  • How to shift the model of learning from early-life learning to an oscillating life-long?
  • What new roles in the economy and society will emerge when humanity is liberated from the mundane through exponential technologies, and how do we teach to them?
  • How to teach the adaption skills needed for living in an exponentially changing, and volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world?
  • What needs to be known by humans, and what can be offloaded to Augmented (Artificial) Intelligence?
  • What does not need to be taught anymore?
  • What are the mindsets and mental models for a thriving triple bottom line world.

The Courage Needed

Break the mold, change the model, and educate to thrive in 2030-2050 (not 1930-1950).

The Question to Ask

What is the model of education, the invaluable skills and knowledge to thrive in 2030s-50s, where technology is perpetually evolving, and many of today’s “skills” rapidly become redundant?

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