Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015 is on

Thomas Heatherwick explaining the programmatic paceplanning behind his design for the new learning hub at Nanyang Politechnic in Singapore
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Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015 is on

Exciting insights from our Head of international Business Development, Ida Marie Iuel, who in this moment participates in Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015.

At the event, takeaways about current trends in education promises a total transformation of school as we have known it. Digitalization is transforming the way teachers and students communicate. School's are no longer about going where the books are, it’s no longer about the teacher telling the student the right answers in the classroom.

In the future, which by the way is here already,  the school or university is where we go to meet our future business partners, it’s where we go to communicate and get that unexpected idea or valuable input from a co-student or teacher. Future school design will look more like discussion forums, where answers e-mailed to students before class will be discussed and contested with room for trial and error, as the idea of the growth–mindset is welcomed with great review into the educational community. 

We are looking forward to more insigts from this exciting event. 

 

Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015 is on

Exciting insights from our Head of international Business Development, Ida Marie Iuel, who in this moment participates in Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015.

At the event, takeaways about current trends in education promises a total transformation of school as we have known it. Digitalization is transforming the way teachers and students communicate. School's are no longer about going where the books are, it’s no longer about the teacher telling the student the right answers in the classroom.

In the future, which by the way is here already,  the school or university is where we go to meet our future business partners, it’s where we go to communicate and get that unexpected idea or valuable input from a co-student or teacher. Future school design will look more like discussion forums, where answers e-mailed to students before class will be discussed and contested with room for trial and error, as the idea of the growth–mindset is welcomed with great review into the educational community. 

We are looking forward to more insigts from this exciting event. 

 

Thomas Heatherwick explaining the programmatic paceplanning behind his design for the new learning hub at Nanyang Politechnic in Singapore