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Education 4.0 is Empowering education to produce innovation. Students will work in peer-to-peer networks or organizations which are open and structurally liquid. They will be hired (and laid off) on demand or work as free agents. They will have to compete for employment on a global market. New skills and competencies will become more important such as non linear thinking, social and intercultural skills, self-management and self-competence. Universities would have to re-calibrate their strategies across all the levers for Edn to remain relevant in the age of Industry 4.0.

Education 4.0 is Empowering education to produce innovation. Students will work in peer-to-peer networks or organizations which are open and structurally liquid. They will be hired (and laid off) on demand or work as free agents. They will have to compete for employment on a global market. New skills and competencies will become more important such as non linear thinking, social and intercultural skills, self-management and self-competence. Universities would have to re-calibrate their strategies across all the levers for Edn to remain relevant in the age of Industry 4.0.

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  1. 1. Title Layout How Industry 4.0 Will Change Your Education
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  14. 14. Education 4.0 • Education 1.0: centuries of experience with memorization • Education 2.0: Internet-enabled learning • Education 3.0: Consuming & Producing knowledge • Education 4.0: Empowering education to produce innovation 30/10/2018
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  18. 18. Evolution of Education 4.0 30/10/2018
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  22. 22. 5 I’s of Learning in Education 4.0 • IMBIBING : Internalizing basic concepts • ITERATING: Practicing fundamental skills rigorously • INTERPRETING : Taking facts from study and applying them to different situations with adaptive alterations • INTEREST: Developing enough curiosity about a subject so as to delve deep and create further body of knowledge • INNOVATING: Think differently and come up with original concepts and build innovative ideas, products and services 30/10/2018
  23. 23. Building the I’s in Education 4.0 • 1. Imbibe— from different sources : • Boredom sets in easily for today’s students, there is need to infuse excitement from visual and aural inputs • Use multiple sources — the Internet is your best friend, films, experiences • Change source material year after year keeping the curriculum at the leading edge. 30/10/2018
  24. 24. • 2. Iterate— through fun : • Gamify tests — run them as competitions • Subject championships as teams, evaluated through the year • Redefine assignments — as challenges where more and more elements of knowledge can be synthesized. 30/10/2018 Building the I’s in Education 4.0
  25. 25. • 3. Interpret : • Form student teams and give open-ended projects involving sports or other avenues. For example, while teaching Economics basics, let students do a project on valuation models for football or Kabaddi players. 30/10/2018 Building the I’s in Education 4.0
  26. 26. • 4. Interest : • Cover one part of a concept in class, get a group of students to deliver the remaining part. Different group for each concept. This removes stage fright and makes them willing participants too. 30/10/2018 Building the I’s in Education 4.0
  27. 27. • 5. Innovate : • Go cross-discipline. Groups of teachers amalgamate subjects to craft year-long projects with a presentation month. 30/10/2018 Building the I’s in Education 4.0
  28. 28. The Benefits of Education 4.0 abound. • For manufacturers, the addition of many more students with nationally portable industry certifications would reduce the shortage of higher-skilled workers. • Ensuring that ALL students are well equipped to secure productive employment in their chosen career pathway. • For the economy, having a larger number of students with more advanced technology skills will increase company willingness to invest in new equipment and software, which will elevate labour productivity. Faster productivity growth will, in turn, increase national economic growth.
  29. 29. Aligning Education 4.0 with Industry 4.0 30/10/2018
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  31. 31. Education Paradigms that Must Change to Implement Education 4.0 30/10/2018
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  33. 33. Complexity in our Research and Teaching Activities • Increasing diversity among the students, (multiethnic /-cultural, full time vs. vocational,multilingual) • The omnipresence of mobile devices and social media • Modular study programs • A variety of available settings, formats and technologies (e-learning, blended learning, inverted classroom, peer teaching… etc..) • Growing demands in terms of studiability, employability, high scores in all kinds of rankings. • A rapid progress in virtually any discipline, constantly producing new knowledge • The emergence of cross- and transdisciplinary problems and related fields of research • The pervasive real-time-availability of any conceivable information, (often in edited formats,such as tutorials, presentations, complete courses) 30/10/2018
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  36. 36. School 4.0. - Now it's getting digital
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  45. 45. MEGATRENDS • Students will work in peer-to-peer networks or organizations which are open and structurally liquid. • They will be hired (and laid off) on demand or work as free agents. • They will have to compete for employment on a global market. • New skills and competencies will become more important such as non linear thinking, social and intercultural skills, self- management and self-competence 30/10/2018
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  47. 47. 30/10/2018 THE SAMR MODEL – ENHANCING TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
  48. 48. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE WORKING WORLD 4.0 • Control and problem-solving competence are in demand • Digital transformation in inter-company vocational training centres (ÜBS) and competence centres • Pillar 1: Occupation and sector screening • Pillar 2: Media competency • Pillar 3: Demand for skilled workers • Joint initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB). 30/10/2018
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  51. 51. Skills of Tomorrow needed in the 4IR world 30/10/2018
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  53. 53. 10 Key Skills • 1. Complex problem-solving • 2. Critical thinking • 3. Creativity • 4. People management • 5. Co-ordinating with others • 6. Emotional intelligence • 7. Judgement and decision-making • 8. Service orientation • 9. Negotiation • 10. Cognitive flexibility 30/10/2018 Be responsively empathetic Stimulate personal development Create challenging purpose
  54. 54. • 1. Knowledge of the degree discipline • 2. Practical and psychomotor skills • 3. Interpersonal skills and social responsibility • 4. Ethics and professionalism • 5. Communication and leadership skills • 6. Analytical and critical thinking skills • 7. Lifelong learning and information management • 8. Management skills and entrepreneurial characteristics 30/10/2018
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  58. 58. 9 Trends • Diverse time and place. . • Personalized learning. • Free choice. • Project based. • Applied experience. • Data interpretation. • Exams will change completely. • Student ownership. • Mentoring will become more important 30/10/2018
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  60. 60. 30/10/2018 “Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. [Immerse] me, and I will understand.” – Confucius (circa 450BC)
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  62. 62. Indian and global Universities would have to recalibrate their strategies across all the levers for Edn to remain relevant in the age of 4.0 30/10/2018
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  74. 74. 30/10/2018 For teaching government a thing or two about education reform. For rewriting the book on e-books. For testing and prepping students for the new era of education. For letting the everyman explore the hidden corners of science. For understanding that teaching starts with teacher education. For using data to learn the way students learn. For stepping up to make sure every student gets a chance at higher ed. For nurturing and empowering a budding generation of scientists. For unleashing its engineering expertise to hack together a next-gen engineering school. For deploying a data-centric learning platform that even a kid could use.
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