Industry is the part of an economy that produces material goods which are highly mechanized and automatized. We enter Industry 4.0, in which computers and automation will come together in an entirely new way, with robotics connected remotely to computer systems equipped with machine learning algorithms that can learn and control the robotics with very little input from human operators.
If we look back at how education has changed since the first industrial revolution, we might better understand the challenges for students and teachers today.
In order for this to change, we must revisit the educational paradigms, and focus on the areas that need rethinking
5 I’s of Learning in Education 4.0
A learning framework is presented below which is aligned to changed habit of Gen ‘Z’ and need for an innovation producing education.
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