Knowledge must be
knowledge ≠ education
What do chocolate and worldwide educational systems have in common? They both originated from a time before digitalisation. While chocolate still fulfils its purpose (even after decades) our educational systems struggle to do the same.
In the past, knowledge and information was scarce, but things changed.
Since the smartphone , knowledge is available “at a fingertip”, so long nights of studying are becoming less relevant. Simultaneously, more important key-humane abilities like creativity, reasoning and decision making are taking the empty spot.