Human Capital Development Thought Leadership

Why are schools not teaching this in 2019?

Schools are still in the industrial age whilst the world has moved on. We need to rethink schooling if we are to produce meaningful graduates. “We surely need to drum this, especially in frica. Our governments should rise up to the occasion. #TheAfricaWeWant”, said Sally Kim an EdTech Consultant and Distributor for Robobloq STEM.

Sally Kim Edtech Consultant

Sally Kim Edtech Consultant

Innovation and ingenuity are not necessarily taught but are stumbled upon whilst doing. Obviously, with some guidance, the play can be meaningful and innovation can be more deliberate.

Why are schools not teaching these basic truths? Why do we still have to take our children through the drudgery of an acake system that is not fully serving the people its meant to uplift?

Let us all demand a complete system overhaul in order to truly empower learners to be relevant in the world they are living in.

Take a stand and be part of the change in the education of our young ones.

Schools are still in the industrial age whilst the world has moved on. We need to rethink schooling if we are to produce meaningful graduates. "We surely need to drum this, especially in Africa. Our governments should rise up to the occasion. #TheAfricaWeWant", said Sally Kim an EdTech Consultant and…
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Edzai Conilias Zvobwo is passionate about empowering Africans through mathematics, problem-solving techniques and media. As such, he founded MathsGee. Through this organisation, he has helped create an ecosystem for disseminating information, training, and supporting STEM education to all African people. A maths evangelist who teaches mathematical thinking as a life skill, Edzai’s quest has seen him being named the SABC Ambassador for STEM; he has been invited to address Fortune 500 C-suite executives at the Mobile 360 North America; was nominated to represent Southern Africa at the inaugural United Nations Youth Skills Day in New York; was invited to be a contributor to the World Bank Group Youth Summit in 2016; has won the 2014 SADC Protocol on Gender and Development award for his contribution to women’s empowerment in education; and has partnered with local and global firms in STEM interventions.

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