In this kickoff panel for Education on Air we explore how to best prepare our students for their futures. Before the panel discussion, the Economist Intelligence Unit shared findings from their "Skills of the Future" report where they surveyed business leaders, teachers and students to examine how skills taught in education systems around the world are changing and evolving. Panelists include:
- Jaime Casap, Global Education Evangelist, Google
- Jouni Kangasniemi, Senior Adviser to the Ministry of Education and Culture
- Ken Shelton, Educator, Trainer & Google Certified Teacher
- Zoe Tabary, Editor, Economist Intelligence Unit
- Nicole, secondary student in England
Education on Air is a free online conference from Google. View all the recorded sessions on demand at g.co/eduonair.
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