WEF defines new models of education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in it’s latest white paper released in January 2020.

“Eight critical characteristics in learning content and experiences have been identified to define high-quality learning in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – “Education 4.0”

  1. Global citizenship skills
  2. Innovation and creativity skills
  3. Technology skills
  4. Interpersonal skills
  5. Personalized and self-paced learning
  6. Accessible and inclusive learning
  7. Problem-based and collaborative learning
  8. Lifelong and student-driven learning

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    Robyn Walker · March 16, 2020 at 9:42 am

    Thanks for the compliment. We are newbies to building the website but are old-timers at education. Creative and critical thinking in schools is the virus we’d like to spread. Please re-visit our website regularly as we update it as well, as our ErlyBirds Facebook and erlybirds1 Instagram accounts.

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