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Dwayne Matthews has a way of bringing data and visionary insights into the room that flips assumptions about what you think you know about how kids learn. As institutions like education struggle to adapt to the speed of new tech, and disruptions like a global pandemic that force adaption and new ways of working vision is necessary to prepare incumbents and consumers of the system for a better way to get things done. Why do things like Singapore? Why are there more phones in action than are connected to the internet? What happens when students self-direct their own learning and teachers serve as resources, enablers, and sounding boards? These and other questions are explored in this episode.
Find Dwayne at https://www.dwaynematthews.life/ or Tomorrow Now Lab at https://www.dwaynematthews.life/tomorrownow where he asks the question: Are we preparing students for 2019 or 2030?
Dwayne Matthews is a Chief Innovation Evangelist, and Future of Education Strategist who helps school boards, educators and parents understand new and evolving themes in the 21st century, the future of work to prepare children to thrive in a rapidly evolving digital information-driven world. As an XPrize Connect Advisory Board member through the XPrize Connect Future of Learning Lab his goal is to help learners worldwide reach their full potential through an equitable and sustainable future for education and technology.
Intro music courtesy of Mark Romero Music!
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