This Is How Master’s Has Been Preparing Our Students for the Future of Work—for Over 20 Years.
Through our local and international work we have learned a lot about innovation and collaboration within competitive corporate environments and have brought those insights to the framing of our College Imaginal Program.
2020: Graduates With a Vision
The impact project is one aspect of our programming that aims to develop future ready skills and to help students begin to pursue their personal vision. As one 2020 Master’s graduate observed, none of them could have predicted that they would need to exercise these skills graduating during a global pandemic.
How Will You Reset?
The COVID-19 crisis will subside at some point and we will emerge into a different world. How will we position ourselves for this next season of our lives?
What Will You Do When You Reach the End of Netflix? These Are the 3 Highest Demand Skills for the Future of Work
The rise of artificial intelligence is creating a serious rift between skills that are valuable and relevant and skills that simply aren’t. What we’re seeing is the hard skills are becoming soft and the soft skills are becoming hard.
The World Economic Forum Was Talking About the Future of Work and You Really Need to Know Why
We sit and read the news and wonder where this whole thing is going. What will happen to my job? What will happen to our city? Will things ever get back to normal? Meantime some big changes are quietly being implemented...We are in the throes of a major geo-political and socio-economic shift that has been coming for a number of years.
Being Imaginal in Junior High
It is clear that something special is happening at Master’s. Student engagement is high, teachers are actively engaged in learning and the culture of leadership development is thriving. Even as we were forced to transition to an online learning situation, we saw student after student step up to help with creating our new online community.
What You Can Do To Survive Home Learning Without Pulling Your Hair Out Or Self-Quarantining in a Hotel Room
...with home learning, your child has their teacher who uses the Profound Learning method and teaches Alberta curriculum. All the learning is a continuation from what was taught in the classroom prior to quarantine, there is a very clear direction and focus, and, most importantly—sigh of relief—you are not the teacher. Your role is to simply support the learning.