Remote Learning’s Hidden Curriculum

My involvement in EdTech through the work being done at Qureos has had me thinking of how we could localize for a more specific US-market problem. Product Market Fit in Dubai might be able to translate into PMF in a different region but just trying to adapt for the same PMF, we might miss opportunities for other grander problems that could potentially be solved with the same solution.

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how education and learning environment play a role in the development of our worldview and ultimately our politics, it’s the one other major period in life aside from our childhood where certain influences dominate our thoughts – from parents to peers. But in a remote/virtual learning scenario how is that ‘hidden curriculum‘ being taught?

How can we ensure that the positive elements of the hidden curriculum are passed on, while the negative elements that breed an ‘us vs. them’ mentality is also mitigated?

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I write my thoughts here, deliver presentations on ‘developing innovation ecosystems’, develop workshops for local talent, consult & advise startups and entrepreneurs and convert ideas into startups.  Also host a podcast about the MENA startup ecosystem.

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