Five years from now, over one-third of skills (35%) that are considered important in today's workforce will have changed. These developments will transform the way we live, and the way we work. Some jobs will disappear, others will grow and jobs that don't exist today will become commonplace. What is certain is that the future workplace will need to align its skillset to keep pace." World Economic Forum
It is hard to believe that the iPhone was introduced just a decade ago, and though drones are now available for purchase as Christmas presents, as recently as 2012, they were on the cutting edge of many technology departments. The past decade has been full of rapid innovation, and with emerging technology around virtual and augmented reality as well as artificial intelligence, predicting the future is increasingly challenging. As parents and educators, this lack of clarity can be intimidating as we work to prepare our children for what awaits them when they graduate. How can we educate students for a world whose future is unclear to us?