Activity proposes that students design changes in teaching for the next decade
“How do you imagine FGV in 2030?” With this challenge in mind, a group of students from FGV’s Law (Direito SP) and Administration (EAESP) schools underwent a week of immersion in April to think about the major changes that will impact education over the next decade.
For a week, the students visited law firms, consulting firms focusing on executive recruitment and diversity, and startups, such as 99. Finally, they presented a prototype project to build a scenario for 2030.
The companies visited included Daniel Advogados, one of the largest intellectual property and digital law offices in Brazil, where they were welcomed by Alicia Daniel-Shores, senior partner and CEO of the firm, with a presentation on the impact of technology on intellectual property and in society.
“In light of the proliferation of new technologies in several markets, with the aim of reducing costs, automating processes and increasing results expectations, the education sector is in a moment of transition. We brought these elements into the classroom to provoke the students,” explained Alexandre Pacheco and Marina Feferbaum, coordinators of the Center for Education in Research and Innovation (CEPI) of FGV Direito SP.