How to teach the next generation of changemakersCurriculum
Teachers do far more than simply impart knowledge: they shape a child’s personality, showing them how to think for themselves, how to tackle problems and find their place within society.
That means that they are also changemakers – equipping not only children with the necessary skills and attitude to change their lot in life; but also shaping the schools they work in and the wider society which feeds into that school.
This year’s Global Education and Skills Forum asks ‘Who is Changing the World?’.
Teachers are certainly part of the answer to that question. Not least because, as their students watch them in action, a new generation is learning how to become changemakers of their own.