Article written by Surangna Chansrichavala & edited by Ypatios Moysiadis
Disruption and the era of constant re-invention are upon us. Everything changes, the way we live, the way we work, the way we communicate, even our traditional perceptions are challenged.
So why, as societies, we insist on preserving a learning system which remains the same for decades and represents outdated social and economic models of the past century? Who decided that maths and literature are more important than painting and dancing? How education is transforming itself and what can we do as parents to instill confidence and foster creativity to our children?
One thing is sure the new digital era brought change on how we exchange information and how we share and disseminate knowledge.