Today’s generation lives a very different life compared to the past. This will hold true for future generations to come too. Uncertain about what the future might hold and how to be better prepared? Keep reading on.
According to the partnership for 21st-century learning, today’s life and work environments require far more than thinking skills and content knowledge. The ability to navigate the complex life and work environments in the globally competitive information age requires students to pay rigorous attention to developing adequate life and career skills.
“UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TODAY ARE LEARNING BASED ON PAST KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION. HOWEVER, AS MANY JOBS ARE BEING AUTOMATED BY MACHINES, WHAT THEY LEARN MAY BE OBSOLETE BY THE TIME THEY COMPLETE UNIVERSITY. JOBS WILL NOT DISAPPEAR ENTIRELY , BUT THE NATURE OF JOBS ARE CHANGING.”
Watch the video below for a summary.
When you work on life & career skills, it’s like trying to predict the future and preparing for it at the same time based on facts. You stand a much higher chance of succeeding if you plan and execute well.
The 2 most important rules we have at Brain Bytes:
You don’t have to use these rules in order to develop your 21st-century education teaching or learning skills or be successful at it, but it’s what has helped us grow our students incredibly over the last couple of years.
1. We only recommend products as an affiliate that we’re extremely very familiar with—preferably products that we’ve used before and have helped us achieve something. If we’re not confident in the product and we don’t feel it will positively help people, we will not promote it.
2. We never directly tell anyone to buy a product. We always recommend products based on our experience and in the context of what we’ve done or what we’re doing.
For our most recent post on Life & Career Skills, go here.