How do we teach our children today to adapt to the work of the future?

The traditional workforce valued "I" shaped employees, who were deep experts in one area. As the speed of the world changes, a T-Shaped person, who is a subject matter in one area, skilled in others, and able to collaborate become critical.

This requires developing more than just technical skills in our children - they also need to understand collaboration and empathy.

IDEO CEO Tim Brown: T-Shaped Stars: The Backbone of IDEO’s Collaborative Culture
An Interview with IDEO CEO Tim Brown

At Ayara, we believe that by providing parents and educators information, tools, and a space to collaborate, we will together create a world where our children have the foundational skills needed to thrive in the future. Join our movement today!

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We provide students with the necessary foundational skills to thrive into the future. Ayara is a learning platform that empowers students to succeed in an uncertain world by teaching them the skills of the future through a variety of applied subjects. Experts, both inside and outside the formal e…