Brazilian educational system needs to be innovative in the post-crisis period, proposes Viviane Senna
The president of the Ayrton Senna Institute, Viviane Senna, participated on Thursday (7th May) in a videoconference held by the Business Leaders Group to talk about the Brazilian educational system, which, she emphasizes, must be innovated for there to be a recovery after the health crisis of the new coronavirus. For her, it is necessary for institutions to develop socio-emotional skills in children and adolescents so that they know how to deal with issues and conflicts in personal and professional life.
Viviane Senna considers it necessary for institutions to develop socio-emotional skills in children and adolescents, since these skills will be reflected in the future, in personal life and in the labor market. “People are admitted by cognitive experiences, techniques, and are fired for attitudinal issues, postures. The new generations have very little capacity to resist frustration,”
According to the president of the Ayrton Senna Institute, human relations were already being modified. For her, after the pandemic, the process of change will be accelerated. “We need to train people more fully. We have the help of technology, which will help this process of individualization. The world will want us all,” said Senna, stressing that society and government must unite to make this happen.