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The idea here is that the economy is becoming more and more complex over time, and that means we need to change the way we think about education because curricula become outdated too quickly.

My answers to this are: training self-learners, new forms of on-the-job training, workplace / workstation interfaces that teach you how to use them. The full implementation of this would be called a "self-training job".

I gave this presentation at the Whitehouse on June 20, 2016.

The idea here is that the economy is becoming more and more complex over time, and that means we need to change the way we think about education because curricula become outdated too quickly.

My answers to this are: training self-learners, new forms of on-the-job training, workplace / workstation interfaces that teach you how to use them. The full implementation of this would be called a "self-training job".

I gave this presentation at the Whitehouse on June 20, 2016.

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Self-Training Jobs & Interfaces that Teach - Whitehouse Maker to Manufacturer Event

  1. 1. Self-Training Jobs + Interfaces that Teach Nick Pinkston, Founder & CEO
  2. 2. Designs Parts
  3. 3. Taking Jobs Making Jobs
  4. 4. Economic Complexity USA: 2.58% (84th) China: 4.28% (29th) India: 6.98 (1st) Germany: 0.35% (120th)
  5. 5. “The Trades” is an outdated framing
  6. 6. Self-Training Jobs
  7. 7. The Real Skill of the Future:
 Self-Learning
  8. 8. Interfaces that Teach
  9. 9. Real-Time Feedback
  10. 10. Bret Victor: WorryDream.com Seeing Spaces
  11. 11. Conclusion Fast Moving Economy Train Autodidacts Self-Training Jobs Interfaces that Teach

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