Goal 4 Quality Education
Goal 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
Arming Generation Z with the tools they need to thrive in a society that’s more connected than ever is a worldwide challenge – but in Barcelona, Spain, an initiative called mSchools is already having a huge impact.
Sergio and Raquel from @roadtowild travel to the Ernest Lluc Institute to find out how new and exciting teaching methods are making mobile tech and connectivity more accessible, and how it’s helping more young students see a future in the tech sector.
Through the help of their teachers, children can develop apps, mobile projects and develop core marketing and business skills. This innovative approach is also encouraging children to network from an early age, and develop a creative culture within their schools that results in bold, innovative ideas.
As the world becomes more connected and dependent on technology, encouraging the use and understanding of technology in a safe environment is intrinsic to the development of the next generation.
Making its way around the world, the Case For Change is packed with everything people need to tell their stories on what mobile operators globally are doing to tackle the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The work of Mobile World Capital Barcelona, with the institutional support of companies like Orange, Telefonica and Vodafone, as well as partners Generalitat of Catalonia and Barcelona City Hall, contributes to SDGs 4 and 8 by introducing mobile technology into schools to help foster innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial skills for the next generation.
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