What kind of education system does Africa need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution and how do we produce learners who are productive and competitive in the future economy?
These were among the questions ‘The Educators’ Inspire Session, a Heavy Chef collaboration with Discovery SA, aimed to get the answers to. Some of the best minds in the education game, Rapelang Rabana, Sam Paddock and Lukhanyo Neer provide insights into a pressing matter and it isn't all bad. They address issues like lack of infrastructure, resources and relevant tools, and offer solutions that fit the African education landscape.
“Given the changes in content and disciplines that are happening right now, we need to look at those underlying capabilities of the human mind that would allow us to keep changing and adapting.”
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