Mining for Knowledge in K-12
Alex Terego sat down to discuss the role of optimism in K-12 education and the realities of the world we live in. Terego discusses the fourth Industrial Revolution and the needs of our economy to succeed in a global marketplace. Terego notes that “Knowledge Miners” are what employers are looking for highlighting the need for independent thinkers who can examine the world critically and in team settings.
Alex Terego After 40 successful years in the hi-tech business, during which he participated in all phases of computing, beginning with IBM and culminating in selling his voice mail company, Alex became an early thought-leader in 21st Century skills development. He developed his Terego Method™ when teaching Critical Thinking at the Thunderbird School of Global Management and the Eller Graduate School of Business at the University of Arizona.
The program is now available at no cost for schools. Click to see this narrated video It is an investment of seven minutes of your time to discover how you can teach students to think for themselves and in teams.
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