Charles Fadel | Chair And Founder
Center for Curriculum Redesign | United States

Charles Fadel, Chair And Founder, Center for Curriculum Redesign

Charles Fadel is a global education thought leader and futurist, author and inventor, with several active affiliations; his work spans the continuum of Schools, Higher Education, and Workforce Development/Lifelong Learning. Through his 25-year high-tech career, he has witnessed firsthand the disruptive effects of exponential change, which gives him a unique perspective he brings to the world of Education. Charles consults selectively with high-potential jurisdictions, schools, universities, corporations and foundations around the globe.  He has contributed to education projects in more than thirty countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Finland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, and the United States, to name a few.

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Artificial Intelligence in Education

    should students learn for the age of Artificial Intelligence? To educate a “whole child for a whole world”, education systems must curate their traditional curricula (Maths, etc.) and focus on what is most important for success in life and work (e.g. more probabilities and statistics; computer science; social sciences; entrepreneurship; wellness; etc.).To address the imperatives of a modern world, curricula must aim at developing the four dimensions of a 21st century learner:
  • Knowledge (essential content and core concepts; modernized and modern disciplines)
  • Skills (“21st Century Skills” or “4 C’s”)
  • Character (Social-Emotional Learning)
  • Meta-Learning (“learn how to learn”: metacognition and growth mindset)Lastly, A.I. will also afford capabilities to advance adaptive learning, in all of sequential, Socratic, and self-directed constructivist systems.These systems will vastly multiply the abilities of teachers to deliver all of the above needs at scale.
last published: 08/Nov/20 22:25 GMT
last published: 08/Nov/20 22:25 GMT
last published: 08/Nov/20 22:25 GMT

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