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Explore how Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow programme is helping develop critical and innovative thinking in students as young as 11, so they can think about how tech can solve some of society's most pressing problems.
According to the ONS, in 2021, 31% of UK tech jobs are held by women. A 2017 PWC UK survey of 2,000+ A-levels and university students shows that the gender gap in technology starts at school: only 27%
As institutions look to consolidate and rationalise their accelerated adoption of technology to enable teaching and learning, what does this mean for the future of pedagogy? This panel session gathers
What does it take to create the future? Eduardo will share the key ingredients: the mindsets, habits, and cultures to make the world a better place. A growth mindset, the belief that we can change and
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