We don’t need to teach our kids to code, we need to teach them how to dream

Tom Goodwin
Jan 22, 2017 · 6 min read

Is the skill of agility now more valuable than gaining knowledge?

The digital age means a different world.

These are things to question, rather than easy changes to make. The future is less about what to remove, but rather what to refocus on.

Relationships

Curiosity

Agility

Creativity

Empathy

If we foster creativity, fuel curiosity and help people relate via relationships and empathy, then we empower kids to be totally self-reliant. They will be agile: adaptable to change in a world that we can’t yet foresee.

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