A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE OF LEARNING
School equals sitting in rows and repeating the teacher, right? Well, that’s already a dusty stereotype and the way we will learn in the future may be even more different than you can imagine…
The American institute KnowledgeWorks researched the future of learning and the findings are quite interesting. For instance, in the future…:
- Work will evolve so rapidly that continuous career readiness will be the norm. So, students will have to be able to adapt quickly to changing environments. Is this competence part of your curriculum yet?
- Learning will no longer be defined by time and place. Aha, sitting in a row in a class room is not necessary (unless it contributes something to the learning process).
- Pupils will create individualized learning playlists. Yeah, why not? Next to Spotify and YouTube playlists, an educational playlists (which obviously will include YouTube videos).
Check out the KnowledgeWorks website for more resources on regenerating the learning ecosystem, e.g. an infographic, a trend report and personifications of the new future students and teacher. Very educational! ;)