The future of learning
The world we live in is changing at a fast pace and what we teach and how we teach is also evolving rapidly.
What do our tech futures look like and how can we embrace developments to ensure positive teaching and learning experiences with improved outcomes? How can our education systems be reshaped to foster learner first approaches while also keeping up to date with the growing demands of the 21st century?
In this episode we speak with Dr John Moravec from Education Futures and look at the recommendations he provides.
Dr John Moravec is a scholar on the future of work and education; a global speaker; and is the founder of Education Futures LLC. His work has inspired new schools, social technology startups, and initiatives around the world.
His research and action scholarship agendas are focused on exploring the convergence of globalization, innovation society, and accelerating change in human knowledge development; and, building positive futures for knowledge creation systems in an era of exponential uncertainty. His work focuses on exploring the emerging ‘knowmad paradigm,’ and the new approaches to leadership and human capital development required. His work is global, and he is most actively engaged in research and collaborations in the United States, Latin America, and Europe.
- Is Covid-19 helping democratise education?
- How important is social learning compared with digital learning?
- What skills are becoming a priority for learners and educators to master?
- Does the future need schools?
- How do universities become more competitive in this environment?