What curriculum (or other) changes are needed to better prepare Singapore’s university graduates for the new economy and the future of work?
Since the end of the circuit breaker, DAS Academy, the teachers and parents training subsidiary of the Dyslexia Association of Singapore has been offering dual-mode classes. This allows students to opt to attend classes physically or virtually. Three months on, students have continued to overwhelmingly choose the virtual option. A virtual mode of learning is important as it reflects the increasing virtual work environment and is useful preparation for students to maximise the use of technology to effectively communicate, share and receive information online.