Agile, innovative learning in 3rd edition of New Bold U conference

As the pandemic continues to disrupt traditional education setups, the 3rd edition of the New Bold University conference focuses on re-imagining new ways to educate people.

Agile, innovative learning in 3rd edition of New Bold U conference

The virtual event, which will run from Jan. 28 to 30, 2021, will immerse students with innovative, dynamic, and fun ways of distance learning under the new normal.

“The new normal of learning does not just mean the digitization of lectures and teaching styles. In the new normal learning, if it doesn't feel like fun, it is not learning – it will be an obligation and will be considered primitive. Thus, new normal learning means purging or unlearning previous ideas that are no longer relevant to give way to a more human-centered, entertaining way of learning,” said 2019 Asia’s Most Outstanding Marketer and serial entrepreneur Ralph Layco.

Speakers like Francis Kong, Anthony Pangilinan, and Steve Sy will share some powerful insights as tribe leaders and thought leaders who will help spark curiosity, growth, and imagination.

Students will deep dive on courses in general and advanced e-commerce, entrepreneurship and start-up, freelancing and passions, finance and personal development, and mindfulness and meditation.

“Before, we were asked to take a 4-year course before we are to do anything with our lives which commonly is a mismatch of the person’s true passions. Now, people get to test their curiosities in real time. The median age of entrepreneurs in 5 years will be 23 as people get to test their ideas early,” Layco said.

Layco said these changes ultimately lead to more self-actualized students.

“As they learn and execute their ideas faster, the more they are feeling self-fulfilled compared to generations before them,” he added.

Since its foundation in 2019, New Bold U has produced topnotch freelancers, thought leaders, business leaders, and entrepreneurs who became CEOs of their respective businesses.

Visit or its official Facebook page for more details on the enrollment process.

Topics: coronavirus pandemic , New Bold University , Ralph Layco , Francis Kong , Anthony Pangilinan
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