Develop teaching materials to prepare the young generations for a digital future

For the economic development of the German-Danish programme area, cross-border use of the growth potential is of crucial importance. A central challenge is the digital transformation of the labor market. The rapid development of digital technologies is leading to an increasing replacement of humans by robots, self-learning and generative AI software  and e-Manufacturing. This goes hand in hand with changes in professions for which innovative educational opportunities are needed to prepare future skilled workers for the necessary competence requirements. However, according to international comparative studies, the education systems at primary and secondary school level in Germany and Denmark are not fully prepared for this. There is therefore an urgent need for action to ensure that school children achieve the basic competences needed to further educate themselves through our education systems and enter the labor market with up-to-date  digital skills.

Project contact: Jacob Nielsen

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#technology education, #STEM / STEAM #computational thinking #digital skills