The Future We’re Preparing Learners For… Are WE even ready?
This year’s Grade 1 learners will finish Matric in 2030.
What world will they walk into? What skills will they need? Will they be going into jobs, starting their own businesses or something new? What skills will be the most important for you as a teacher to assist them to acquire?
What will success look like for teachers educating this generation? Are we ready to pull this off?
In this session I’ll share the latest findings on how the future looks, what trends will drive it and what skills are required for the future world of work. We will then explore how to teach these and how to assess them.
Actuarial Science BSc Honours graduate from Wits University who is 3
exams away from qualifying as one of the first 100 black qualified Actuaries in
South Africa. She’s a lifetime member of the Golden Key International
Honour Society, which honours the top 15% of academic achievers in
universities across the globe.
With a deep passion for systemic change in areas of social development, S’onqoba has played a number of roles in a number of sectors. Most notably she served as the COO of the Sifiso Learning Group; a new age education group spearheading the African education revolution in early childhood to post school education (Future Nation Schools); publishing; education technology and education properties.