WEBINAR SERIES: HOW TO BUILD A HIGH-TECH CULTURE IN YOUR SCHOOL
The coming decade will bring unprecedented change within the workforce. However, less than 1% of educators say that they feel confident that they know what they need to do to properly prepare their students for the changes that robotics and AI will bring.
Given that robotics and AI will permeate all industries and facets of life, it's important thatalleducators understand these changes, and begin implementing more of a high-tech mindset across all subject areas.
Many educators (and students) are intimidated by robotics and AI, and experience fear and anxiety about needing to learn additional disciplines that are outside of their areas of expertise. Robots.Education has a strong understanding of the challenges that educators face, and has developed a session that is designed to help educators bring about culture change within their schools. In this session, we will:
Discuss the changes that robotics and AI will bring to the workforce and society
Help educators understand how they can be part of the solution within their own schools
Provide tangible strategies you can implement to help colleagues in your school adopt a more tech-centric approach to education
As robotics and AI grab a larger share of media attention, people who lack understanding of these technologies are at an increased risk for stress and a feeling of helplessness. This session will help all educators understand how their unique skills and perspectives are part of bringing a robust education to all students.
Don't see a time that works for you? No Problem. We'll be running this webinar 4 times over the coming year. Check back later to see future dates, or contact us and we can add you to the notification list or arrange a custom presentation for you.
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