Education in XXI century. What will we teach?
PETERHOF HALL, October 15 11:00 — 12:15
The World Economic Forum identified key skills that today's employers are looking for when selecting employees: comprehensive problem solving, creativity and critical thinking, emotional skills and the ability to work with people, decision making, negotiation skills, cognitive and communicative flexibility. Schools, colleges and universities have been changing their education programs for a couple of decades to respond to these requests in order to guess what will be in demand tomorrow. Where does the education go? To which list of knowledge and skills that will not become obsolete?
Within the framework of the session, representatives of educational institutions, business and the state will discuss what is becoming the core of education for man and the labor market of the 21st century, as well as ways of adjusting the education system to form them
● Can total digitalization lead to the disappearance of fundamental classical education?
● Is it possible to preserve encyclopedic education in pursuit of skills that are in demand in the 21st century?