Digital Creativity – From classroom to career

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Part of a teacher’s role is to prepare students for their future - not only in securing a job or place at University, but in equipping them with key skills such as communication and collaboration which they will need in their day-to-day lives. Given the problems young people currently face in securing employment in what remains an extremely tough jobs market, the role of schools in helping prepare students for these challenges is more important than ever. Here, Liz Wilkins discusses how schools can better prepare students for their future careers.

DATE: 07/02/2013
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