insights from education’s Coalface
Australia’s education system is in dire need of an overhaul, one that starts with those on the frontlines – our teachers.
Our education system is failing our children, but not for the reasons usually discussed. The system is geared towards preparing our kids for last century – not the century to come.
We are still teaching children the same way we taught them 100 years ago. The goalposts for education need to change, as does the way we teach our children.
What is Industry 4.0, and what does it mean for the future of education? The fourth industrial revolution is set to change everything about how we teach.
Education has always been about preparing young people for the future. But when we don’t know what the future holds, how are we meant to teach the right lessons?
Education 3.0 is more than just a new age theory of teaching. It’s the next, crucial pedagogical step to properly preparing students for the world they’re inheriting.
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