Pre-school for design thinking

An exclusive pre-school for design thinking in Singapore, inspired by Silicon Valley, is promising to teach children skills to survive the digital age. The school’s six programs are each themed after career paths, for example, an engineer, an athlete, and a chef.

The programs aim to teach children the skills associated with the given career path, such as entrepreneurship, coding, public speaking, teamwork, design thinking, and cooking. “More than 50% of the jobs that [sic] exist in the next 50 years don’t even exist today,” said Trehaus founder Dr. Elaine Kim. The founder claims the skills offered by […]

Ruqayyah, M., & Rachel Genevieve, C. (n.d.). A Silicon Valley-inspired pre-school is preparing kids for a “future disrupted by technology” by teaching them skills such as risk-taking and coding. Retrieved September 15, 2019, from Business Insider website: https://www.businessinsider.com/silicon-valley-inspired-school-preparing-kids-for-the-digital-age-2019-9

See also Design Thinking for Kids | Build a Makerspace so Young People Can Learn How to ‘Pretotype’

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