Technology has been one of the defining drivers of change in the 21st century. It has helped many people around the globe transcend and create new opportunities for themselves. And this is only the tip of the iceberg compared to what we will witness in the upcoming years as the fourth industrial revolution unveils itself. This will have an impact on people’s behaviors and their interactions as well as on how they work. In terms of all the disruption that will shape our future, we need to be prepared ourselves, and to prepare the next generations for what is coming.
According to the World Economic Forum, it is estimated that 65% of children entering primary schools today will likely work in roles that don’t currently exist. Meaning, we will have to rethink and re-model what students are being taught nowadays in schools and come up with new teaching methodologies that align with what’s happening in the world as it continues to shift and change.
That’s why in L’blend, we adopt technology in our toolkit as one of the main motors to drive social change.
- Promote “Learning by Doing” methodology
- Stand for equal opportunity to access information
- Introduce local girls to technology
- Implement seeds for a smart city
Stay Tuned, we are launching more details about our Technology flagship event soon.