As Mark Twain once said, “Education consists mainly in what we have unlearned.”
The rapidly developing sophistication of technology we have seen over the past decade has collided with the disruptive forces of a global crisis, resulting in the acceleration of certain trends and the side-lining of others. In the energy of change, there is potential for the principled transformation of learning and development that is fit for the future.
In this 45-minute session, Dr Christopher McCormick, EF’s Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, explores:
- The latest shifts in technological innovation
- The three interconnected areas to achieve successful learning experiences
- Consider the implications for the changing landscape of professional development