The workplace of tomorrow is vastly different from what currently exists. How will globalization, the space race, and technological advances such as automation, virtual reality, and augmented reality impact the future world of work? What do the changes mean for our education system? The students in today’s classrooms will not only witness colonies on the moon and Mars, they will also be the ones taking on these great frontiers and paving the way for humanity. How do we ensure that students are not only equipped for their future reality but that they are also the ones who create it?
Get ready for a journey to discover forecasted changes in the world around us and how you can equip the Martians in our classrooms for careers that are out of this world and down to Earth.
During this course, education leaders will:
- Understand the power and significance of Space as a means to draw students into STEM content areas
- Reflect on the importance of developing individualized approaches to education that allows for student voice and student choice.
- Examine the research on individualized education and micro-learning
- Investigate ways in which educators can prepare students for the projected changes in the world around us: the ability to adapt, innovation, communication skills, navigating the digital world, and finding ways to be more human.
**You must buy the book separately from Amazon for this online course**
1 Semester Graduate Credit from Adams State University is included in the cost of this course.
This course is 15 hours of On Demand Learning and can be completed on your own time and pace.
The course will expire 6 months after purchase.
You must purchase the book on your own. Click here to buy it from Amazon.