Interested in exploring Generation Z? Then join a conference which is organised by students of the German School of London, together with social enterprise Professors Without Borders, Richmond, The American International University in London and LSE Ideas, to be held on Saturday 18 May at 11am, German School of London (Douglas House, Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 7AH).
Entitled Teaching Tech to Gen Z, participants at the conference will examine the ways in which education needs to adapt to address the needs of Generation Z in a changing world.
The free event will present panel discussions where speakers will discuss the role of artificial intelligence and suggest ways in which learning must adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The dialogue will take a solution-oriented approach and outputs will include a written report available on the Richmond website and a teaching manual written by students participating in the event.
Dr Carola Hieker, Associate Professor and MBA Director at Richmond, said, “We would like to invite as many people as possible to attend this event, which is open to the public. It’s intended to be a really participative conference, being led by students who can be of any age, we would welcome as much input as possible to provide a really full discussion on Generation Z, which is a highly topical issue.”
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