ISTE 2016: Michio Kaku on the Value of Technology in Education
Theoretical physicist and author Michio Kaku shares why education must evolve if students are to truly take on the jobs of tomorrow.
Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist and author
- Kaku says schools today do a great job of preparing students for jobs from the 1950s, but not the jobs currently in demand in a global, highly connected society.
- Teachers must leverage technology to help students better understand concepts and critical thinking, beyond rote facts and formulas that are available in an instant online.
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