Adobe in Education: Integrate digital literacy and creative thinking into teaching and learning
As we increasingly adopt technology in everyday life, the skills that employers are looking for are constantly changing. The employers of the future will be looking beyond just digital literacy skills, they will want their employees to be competent at complex problem solving, critical thinking and creativity – creative soft skills. These skills can be often hard to incorporate into the curriculum, but with the use of innovative applications and a creative approach, educators can start to instill these skill sets in their students – Preparing them for their futures.
We’ll be discussing this live from BETT 2020 show, joined by John Arboleda (Head of Primary & Secondary Schools at Adobe), Tacy Trowbridge (Head of Global Education Programs at Adobe) and Kristy Hill (Education Learning Consultant at Phoenix).
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