DOWNLOAD THE FULL MAGAZINE DONWLOAD THE ARTICLE        In a world where ways of consuming and interacting with digital are rapidly changing through technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation, augmented reality and human-machine interfaces, today’s young people must start developing specific skills and attributes in the school classroom.

Are we preparing our children for the future of work?
Changing the shape of learning

Tomorrow’s students will learn in an environment where the boundaries between the real and cyber worlds are less defined. So what will our children learn at school in years to come? And how will they be taught?

“To develop the skills that future businesses will need, education must be a generation ahead of the workplace.” explains Peter Kalmijn, Atos Business Engineer of the Digital Transformation and member of the Atos Scientific Community.

Changing the shape of learning

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