What Teachers Think About Today’s Education Trends

The pace of progress is ordering that we create a quicker, more quick witted, better review of person. Current frameworks are keeping that from happening. Future training framework will be released with the approach of an institutionalized fast courseware-developer and a solitary point worldwide dissemination framework.

“Training is currently the main monetary need

in the present worldwide economy.” – John Naisbitt, Author of Megatrends

The accompanying is the consequence of a community oriented research consider directed by the DaVinci Institute, its individuals and related research groups.

Introduction

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Within two years a radical shift will begin to occur in the world of education.

While many people are making predictions about the direction that education systems are headed, we have found the best predictors to be hidden in the participative viral systems springing to life in the online world, such as iTunes and Amazon. These bottom-up approaches are quick to develop, participant-driven systems that are closely aligned to the demands of the marketplace.

In this paper we will focus on the key missing elements that will cause the disruptive next generation education systems to emerge. These missing pieces will likely be created within the next two years through private funding and will cause a dramatic educational shift in less than five years.

The primary missing pieces are a standard architecture for an organic courseware module and the software necessary to build this courseware. The solution to these missing pieces will be a participative courseware-builder that allows the general public to create courses on any conceivable topic. We expect many companies will attempt to solve this problem, but the market will quickly gravitate towards the one it likes best.

Once the market begins to gravitate towards a favorite courseware-builder, a number of new systems will be developed to grow the courseware library, build integrity, make it universally distributed, archive results, and add functionality.

 

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