In trying to explain university courses to prospective students and making a case for the approach to teaching and curriculum design that I favour, I’ve… Read More »On the tension between work-readiness and lifelong learning
My previous entry wondered what kind of work we wanted our society to do, and whether or not the job market was actually aligned with… Read More »What kind of work do we want our society to do, part 2
The big news in Australian higher education this week has been the government’s plan to change course fees in a way supposed to encourage students… Read More »What kind of work do we want our society to do?
Amongst the advice that I’ve heard and read on how to use (or at least not abuse) the time at home created by restrictions due… Read More »We’re all on a science fiction adventure now, part 4
In a recent conversation about the affect of artificial intelligence on employment on Professionals Australia’s new discussion board, a commenter made a point about the… Read More »How will the future of work accommodate lifelong learning?