With over twenty years of teaching and education leadership experience, Dr Tim Kitchen is currently Adobe’s Senior Education Specialist for Asia Pacific.
Focusing on creative problem solving skills will enhance employability in the age of automation
Target Audience – All educators
An international study involving 2000 teachers & policy makers (K12 & Higher Ed) launched in January 2018, found that creative problem-solving skills are essential for today’s students to learn to help prepare them for their future jobs in tomorrow’s age of computerisation and automation. This keynote by Dr Tim Kitchen (Adobe’s Education Specialist for APAC) will go through some of the insights of this study in relation to other related research and provide practical tips for teachers wanting to enhance their student’s creative problem solving skills with the context of teaching STEM.