Diane Shawe’s latest publication ‘Is Adult Education Broken suggests that a 21st-century educational system must focus on the areas where humans can outclass computers—such as in cognitive skills, interpersonal skills, fine motor skills, or sophisticated coding skills.
It is not enough to leave everything up to our governments or educational institutions. Every adult should read this book because the questions outline in this publication affects us all, our children and how we decide to educate them and ourselves.
More and more top fortune company’s are giving way to automation primarily to drive costs down, improve reliability, security and accuracy.
More and more get rich online schemes pop up each day as people are desperate to secure income to meet their daily needs and even aspirations. Sadly most of these schemes only leverage saving out of peoples accounts or worse they get into debt to try and secure a better future.
Diane believes that we need to make sure that the type of education supplied can keep a population in work or self-employment, performing meaningful tasks relevant to todays and tomorrow needs. Creating a new generation of ‘Entreployability’ Read ‘The new rules of engagement towards long term employability..by Diane Shawe
Education has to become student-centric and move away from solely institutional constructs that are not fluid to change.
Maybe we need to remind ourselves of the purpose of education by looking back in order to move constructively forward.
Is #Adult #Education Broken? #DianeShaweAuthor explores the main failings in education for an economy—powered by #technology, fueled by #information, driven by #knowledge and becoming #automated. A thought-provoking read.
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