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Entries in business school. education (2)


Learning Ecologies: Can the City Be Our Classroom?

Johns Hopkins Fast Forward Innovation Hub encourages “tinkering” to accelerate commercialization of ideas. (Alan Karchmer photography.)

Over the past few months, Gensler San Francisco’s EDU 2.0 group, a cohort of emerging designers, strategists and leaders in the Education practice area, hosted a series of three roundtable discussions around the experiential learning trend and what it means for educational institutions and cities.

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Beyond Business School: How Innovation Is Filling the Education/Workplace Divide

At The University of Kansas’s new School of Business, Capitol Federal Hall, teachers and students use a multitude of public and private spaces to meet, collaborate and learn. Image by Garrett Rowland

The Value Of Entrepreneurialism

In recent years workforce needs have shifted to value entrepreneurial skills, with education gradually reflecting this shift. Entrepreneurship reaches far beyond the concept of creating a business. Rather, it is a mind-set that looks for opportunities and answers to critical challenges. Understanding how to prepare all students, not just budding tycoons, for the current work landscape is essential when designing for education, and transformative for its landscape too.

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