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Shifts Transforming Education

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Technology has revolutionized our world and daily lives, and education is no exception. Living in a post pandemic world, learning is no longer restricted to the physical classroom, nor is it solely teacher-driven. Students of all walks of life have more choices and more flexibility now more than ever. Let’s look at some of these shifts that are transforming this new way of education.

A More Individualized Take

In today’s changing world, learning is no longer one size fits all. Traditional schools and grading systems still rely on standardized tests that ignore the individual abilities of different students. With new programs emerging, students will be able to learn in ways that are best suited to their capabilities. Through interactive media, step by step modules and audio/video tools, students can learn and grow in ways that resonate with their personal learning styles.

Allowing more inclusive ways of learning also takes the fear out of pursuing higher education for a lot of students. Additionally, this shift has been extremely valuable for entrepreneurs and business owners. If you want to specialize in growing a niche business, or a particular area of your business, you can find a program or masterclass specifically for that goal.

More Resources

It’s become common for most developed schools to have access to a wider and deeper range of learning sources. In the past, students and learners would only have access to a library, and whatever is available in the classroom. Now, almost virtually everyone, has the entire internet available to them. This also allows us to view real-time information with all of the resources on the internet to help answer questions or think of new questions to ask. More resources also give more room for creativity in education. Instead of traditional written reports, learners can collaborate on a Google document or create content through design programs.

Furthermore, as we reach 2023 and beyond, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to pop up in learning institutions. AI can potentially make learning more accessible as AI-enabled learning software can seamlessly adapt to a student’s individual abilities. Along with AI, technology such as virtual reality will help enhance participation rates and the overall quality of education.

There’s no denying that these shifts in education have come to be a powerful tool that can truly transform the way we learn in a myriad of ways. With the global reach of the internet and smart phones, the age of modern education has arrived and will continue to surprise us moving forward.

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