Disruptive education and its non-linear form

By Sarah Hainsworth 1min read

"Longer lifespans and increasing optionality in the job market have meant that our paths are becoming increasingly non-linear. And addressing the immense problems of our era – from local economic inequalities to the climate crisis – demand creative, often non-linear ways of thinking."

Following December's WISE Forum in Qatar, Homerton Fellows Dr Chibeza Agley, CEO of Obrizum Group, and Dr Alison Wood, Academic Director of Homerton Changemakers, explore how a non-linear approach to learning can expand skills and understanding.

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