Monthly Archives: August 2017

August 15, 2017, by Lauren Della Bella

Filling a Critical Gap: Can Community Colleges Prepare the Workforce for Automation?

There’s a popular website making its way through the interwebs these days that asks, “Will Robots Take My Job?” The site allows a user to input one of 702 detailed occupations – from accountant to zoologist, and everything in between – then view an estimated percentage of job loss that occupation will experience due to […]

August 14, 2017, by Ed Melvin

Five Ways to Reimagine Boundaries: Outdoor education must be fun and must be safe. Here’s how to marry the two.

You’ve probably heard the age-old saying, “Think outside the box.” It insinuates that creativity, curiosity and imagination should be limitless, should transcend boundaries. And that’s a good thing when it comes to education; children of all ages should learn that when it comes to dreaming, their imaginations should be allowed to roam, unfettered. The only […]

August 9, 2017, by Lauren Della Bella

Designing for Workplace Learning

Are you familiar with Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report? The annual study provides insight into the top 10 trends businesses believe are prevalent in the management, growth and development of their employees. Deloitte has five years’ worth of data on the topic, in addition to vast representation across industries and localities; in fact, more […]

August 1, 2017, by dthomas

9 Billion Schools: One School’s Journey – A Student’s Perspective

Our One School’s Journey blog series covers our work with two Cincinnati high schools which will merge in 2018-19 to create a brand new institution, Mercy McAuley High School. During a two-day futurecasting session, the Mercy McAuley transition team heard presentations from different stakeholders on a variety of issues affecting the school and community’s future. […]

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