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Teaching the Untaught (EdTech Digest)

Teaching the Untaught (EdTech Digest)

"In the “early days” of software engineering things were simpler. It was all about learning the few available programming languages, understanding available hardware and learning a few basic theories. Graduates learned everything else – the practical and soft skills needed to work effectively – on the job. "—Source: EdTech Digest

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

When preparing students for the jobs of the future, it stands to reason that new approaches are needed as fields shift and evolve. But it involves more than simply helping students learn the latest platforms — strong interpersonal skills are also necessary for success in the workplace. —Eduwire Editors