Encouraging failure to nurture creativity

Sony STEAM Studio 2018

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Today's children are growing up in an age of artificial intelligence. Facing an uncertain and unpredictable future, they must adapt to a rapidly changing society. They need education that doesn't focus only on right answers but rather teaches them to discover their own answers. How does Sony's trial-and-error approach to innovation empower STEAM educators to nurture young future innovators? Here, Masaaki Isozu of Sony Global Education and scientist/learning theorist Dr. Kenichiro Mogi of the Sony Computer Science Laboratory talk about the need for programming education that nurtures children's creativity.