The Fourth Education Revolution Reconsidered

This book develops the argument for radical and urgent change to our educational model, embracing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic to date on education and student well-being. Several themes run throughout this book: 1.

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Author: Anthony Seldon

Publisher: Legend Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781800318250

Category: Education

Page: 370

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This book, presented in considerably updated and extended second edition, is a call to educators everywhere to open their eyes to what is coming. If we do so, then the future will be shaped by us for the common interests of humanity – but if we don’t, then it will be imposed, and we will all lose.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for COVID 19

Concept of artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and cloud computing are highly supportive technologies in fourth generation of industrial revolution. In COVID-19 scenario, Industry 4.0 provides an integrated solution of ...

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Author: Fadi Al-Turjman

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030601881

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Radical Solutions for Education in a Crisis Context

COVID-19 as an Opportunity for Global Learning Daniel Burgos, Ahmed Tlili, Anita Tabacco ... ICDE Corona #learningtogether. ... Retrieved from https:// www.weforum.org/about/the-fourth-industrial-revolution-by-klaus-schwab.

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Author: Daniel Burgos

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811578694

Category: Education

Page: 323

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This book presents how to keep working on education in contexts of crisis, such as emergencies, zones of conflict, wars and health pandemics such as COVID-19. Specifically, this work shows a number of strategies to support global learning and teaching in online settings. Particularly, it first presents how to facilitate knowledge sharing and raising awareness about a specific crisis, to increase people’s safety, including educators and learners. The book then discusses various techniques, mechanisms and services that could be implemented to provide effective learning support for learners, especially in learning environments that they do not daily use, such as physical classrooms. Further, the work presents how to teach and support online educators, no matter if they are school teachers, university lecturers, youth social workers, vocational training facilitators or of any other kind. Finally, it describes worldwide case studies that have applied practical steps to keep education running during a crisis. This book provides readers with insights and guidelines on how to maintain learning undisrupted during contexts of crisis. It also provides basic and practical recommendations to the various stakeholders in educational contexts (students, content providers, technology services, policy makers, school teachers, university lecturers, academic managers, and others) about flexible, personalised and effective education in the context of crisis.

Seven Radical Ideas for the Future of Higher Education

Education. Policy. in. Times. of. Disruption. Abstract This chapter looks at why 2020 marked the beginning of rapid and ... We argue that with the combined influences of COVID-19 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the idea of what it ...

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Author: Claire Macken

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811644283

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The Fourth Education Revolution Reconsidered

This book, presented in considerably updated and extended second edition, is a call to educators everywhere to open their eyes to what is coming.

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Author: Anthony Seldon

Publisher: Legend Press

ISBN: 9781800318250

Category: Computers

Page: 370

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Sir Anthony Seldon, the prominent political biographer and leading educationalist, addresses one of the high-stakes issues that will influence our future: the role of artificial intelligence and its impact on education. The use of AI promises an altogether new way of educating, offering learners from all backgrounds widespread access to personalised tuition and digital educational materials from across the world. Educational institutions across the world have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and many have migrated, at least temporarily, to online platforms. The debate about how to deliver knowledge has never been more relevant. Many countries have an excellent education system with their schools and universities – excellent, but tailored to the twentieth century. The mass teaching methods of the third revolution era have failed to conquer enduring problems of inequity and lack of individualised learning. AI is disrupting the way we live, work and interact with the environment, and we cannot stop it changing our schools and universities. But we have time – albeit not for long – to shape this revolution. It will not be a panacea, and if we are not quick, it will start to replace what makes us human – being creative, having beliefs, and loving others. This book, presented in considerably updated and extended second edition, is a call to educators everywhere to open their eyes to what is coming. If we do so, then the future will be shaped by us for the common interests of humanity – but if we don’t, then it will be imposed, and we will all lose.

Assessing University Governance and Policies in Relation to the COVID 19 Pandemic

Through COVID-19, higher education – like Dorian Gray – suddenly found its portrait in the attic. ... higher education sector, searching for a purpose through the cliches of the fourth industrial revolution, COVID-19 emerged.

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Author: Alaali, Mansoor A.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799882817

Category: Education

Page: 339

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, universities around the globe have taken numerous extraordinary measures and implemented many changes to their strategic, operational, and academic activities. Currently, there is a transformation taking place from the emergency decision-making in the early stages of the pandemic towards reflection and resolution on how the past months can shape governance and strategy. Higher education institutions have been facing challenges with the alignment of their university governance for their strategic and operational plans. Presently, university leaders have prioritized risk management and financial management over all else. Unfortunately, due to these priorities, university responses to the pandemic took the top-down approach of management, rejecting the shared governance structures and collegial practices of the institutions. The pandemic has accelerated the openness to change by creating an emergency or steering response team led by university presidents and provosts, with sub-teams focusing on operations and other academic advisory groups working together to deal with the fast-rising scenarios. The consequence is a clear flow of information and strong communication across the institution, which sequentially builds on mechanisms to respond to the secondary effects of the pandemic. Moreover, higher education institutions are continuously facing challenges with their strategic alignment of business objectives in order to have a diverse educational system in response to the pandemic. Assessing University Governance and Policies in Relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic presents the latest research and studies investigating information on university governance and adapting previous, existing, and proposed models for the current pandemic. This book is comprised of chapters contributed by various leading international authors to discuss and analyze all aspects of university governance in relation to their impact on strategies in finance, sustainability, academic issues, research, faculty and students, leadership, campus, employment and recruitments, and more. This is an essential text for university presidents, strategic planning authorities in universities, college deans and academic department chairpersons, government authorities and policymakers, researchers, students, and academicians.

Cases on Technologies in Education From Classroom 2 0 to Society 5 0

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Higher Education. In Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Palgrave Macmillan. Pew Research Center. (2020). COVID-19: Effect on personal life. Pew Research Center.

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Author: Bishop, Jonathan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799868804

Category: Education

Page: 274

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As the use of technology spreads throughout communities, it is a natural progression that those resources will be given to classrooms. In order to provide the best education possible, all resources must be used. Learning, however, is not only done within the classroom; community learning (such as Society 4.0 and Society 5.0) involves remote learning and learning in the community. Cases on Technologies in Education From Classroom 2.0 to Society 5.0 presents case studies on the best practices from practitioners using future technologies for education beyond the classroom. The content within the book specifically includes Classroom 2.0 (networking of education institutions and learners), School 3.0 (situated learning in community venues beyond the classroom), Society 4.0 (sharing education practice and delivering learning remotely), and Society 5.0 (ubiquitous education in smart cities, towns, and villages). Covering topics such as cross-community education, ed-tech, and innovation paths, this book is an in-depth reference for administrators, schools, colleges, and universities looking to embed technology into the way they deliver education, as well as educational software developers, IT consultants, researchers, students, academicians, and teachers looking to enhance the way they educate their learners through technology.

Handbook of Research on Future of Work and Education Implications for Curriculum Delivery and Work Design

The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Seven Scenarios. ... Remote Teaching during COVID-19: Implications from a National Survey of Language Educators. ... The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Higher Education.

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Author: Ramlall, Sunil

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799882770

Category: Education

Page: 640

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Higher education has changed significantly over time. In particular, traditional face-to-face degrees are being revamped in a bid to ensure they stay relevant in the 21st century and are now offered online. The transition for many universities to online learning has been painful—only exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing many in-person students to join their virtual peers and professors to learn new technologies and techniques to educate. Moreover, work has also changed with little doubt as to the impact of digital communication, remote work, and societal change on the nature of work itself. There are arguments to be made for organizations to become more agile, flexible, entrepreneurial, and creative. As such, work and education are both traversing a path of immense changes, adapting to global trends and consumer preferences. The Handbook of Research on Future of Work and Education: Implications for Curriculum Delivery and Work Design is a comprehensive reference book that analyzes the realities of higher education today, strategies that ensure the success of academic institutions, and factors that lead to student success. In particular, the book addresses essentials of online learning, strategies to ensure the success of online degrees and courses, effective course development practices, key support mechanisms for students, and ensuring student success in online degree programs. Furthermore, the book addresses the future of work, preferences of employees, and how work can be re-designed to create further employee satisfaction, engagement, and increase productivity. In particular, the book covers insights that ensure that remote employees feel valued, included, and are being provided relevant support to thrive in their roles. Covering topics such as course development, motivating online learners, and virtual environments, this text is essential for academicians, faculty, researchers, and students globally.

Vocational Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Chapter 5—Conclusion: Vocational Education in the Fourth Industrial RevolutionEducation and Employment in a Post-Work ... This postscript examines a number of the debates about the health crisis and the impact of COVID-19 on social and ...

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Author: James Avis

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030520328

Category: Education

Page: 132

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This book examines the concept of the fourth industrial revolution and its potential impact on vocational education and training. Broadly located in a framework rooted in critical/radical theory, the book argues that the affordance of technologies surrounding the fourth industrial revolution are constrained by their location within a neoliberal, if not capitalist, logic. Thus, the impact of this revolution will be experienced differently across European regions as well as low and middle income economies. In order to break this impasse, this book calls for a politics based on non-reformist reforms, premised on an aspiration towards a socially just society that transcends capitalism.

THE IMPACTS OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Challenges and opportunities for public administration in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. African Journal of Public Affairs, 11(3), 79–94. ... COVID-19 and the Digital Transformation of Education: What We Are Learning in South Africa.

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Author: Ömer AYDIN

Publisher: Efe Akademi Yayınları

ISBN: 9786050649901

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 133

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In this book, there are 9 chapters that cover the different aspects of Digital Transformation written by authors from different countries. I think the chapters will contribute to science and humanity. With this book, which we have created as a result of a detailed and meticulous study, academics, employees, students and anyone who is interested in digital transformation in the international arena will learn useful information about the changes and the impacts facing the world.

Theory of Shocks COVID 19 and Normative Fundamentals for Policy Responses

Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. World Economic Forum. ... COVID-19's legacy: This is how to get the Great Reset right. ... Education for People and Planet: Creating Sustainable Futures for All. Paris: UNESCO.

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Author: Pilipenko, Olga Ivanovna

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799843108

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 396

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The phenomenon of shocks is often mentioned in relation to economic crises but rarely studied. This gap in research has resulted in shocks being poorly understood, with no fundamental explanation of their inciting conditions. It is a system-forming problem that cannot be investigated without dynamic ideas about the economy, but an incomplete understanding of this event leaves economic systems vulnerable to collapse. Theory of Shocks, COVID-19, and Normative Fundamentals for Policy Responses is an essential publication that explores the factors that cause economic shocks and the mechanisms of their implementation. The book serves as a resource for the development of policy-oriented frameworks for achieving and maintaining national and international strategies to properly manage future global shocks. Featuring coverage of a wide range of topics including dialectics, self-evolvement, and structural relationships, this book is ideally designed for economists, executives, managers, entrepreneurs, academicians, students, and researchers in the areas of finance, macroeconomics, economic theory, and risk assessment.

Covid 19 Interdisciplinary Explorations of Impacts on Higher Education

Food safety and Covid-19: Precautionary measures to limit the spread of coronavirus at food service and retail sector. Journal of Pure and Applied. ... Axes of a revolution: Challenges and promises of big data in healthcare.

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Author: Tennyson Mgutshini

Publisher: African Sun Media

ISBN: 9781991201188

Category: Education

Page: 202

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Premised on the disruption and lessons learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic, and in meticulous response to the impact of the pandemic on higher education – especially in South Africa – this collection of chapters spotlights the effects, consequences, and ramifications of an unprecedented pandemic in the areas of knowledge production, knowledge transfer and innovation. With the pandemic, the traditional way of teaching and learning was completely upended. It is within this context that this book presents interdisciplinary perspectives that focus on what the impact of Covid-19 implies for higher education institutions. Contributors have critically reflected from within their specific academic disciplines in their attempt to proffer solutions to the disruptions brought to the South African higher education space. Academics and education leaders have particularly responded to the objective of this book by focusing on how the academia could tackle the Covid-19 motivated disruption and resuscitate teaching, research, and innovation activities in South African higher education, and the whole of Africa by extension.

Emerging Technologies During the Era of COVID 19 Pandemic

First, rather than being holistic and persistent in the long run, the transfer from offline to online education remains ... especially in the era following the fourth industrial revolution, in which the world has become wireless.

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Author: Ibrahim Arpaci

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030677169

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 385

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This book tackles the recent research directions in using the newly emerged technologies during the era of COVID-19 pandemic. It mainly focuses on using emerging technologies and their impact on health care, education, and society. It also provides insights into the current challenges and constraints in using technologies during the era of COVID-19 pandemic and exposes new opportunities for future research in the domain.

Cracking Social Mobility

79 – Seldon, A., 2018, The Fourth Education Revolution: Will Artificial Intelligence liberate or infantilise humanity, University of Buckingham Press. Chapter 7 at 1 – Williams, O., 'Carl Benedikt Frey: Covid-19 Will Accelerate ...

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Author: Tom Moule

Publisher: Legend Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781800315631

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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In the UK and most countries today, a person’s life chances are unfairly influenced by their socio-economic circumstances at birth. This has led to societal divides that have become wider and more pronounced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. There is now heightened awareness that the current state of affairs is unacceptable. Innovative approaches are urgently needed in order to combat social immobility. Drawing upon the latest research, Cracking Social Mobility explores the factors that contribute to social immobility, and puts forward focused, innovative solutions. The book impresses upon readers that social mobility is a societal goal worth striving towards, and that societies can take strides in the right direction by harnessing the power of digital innovation. From democratizing the private tuition sector and enhancing the effectiveness of teaching and learning, to supporting inclusive recruitment practices, technologies can help to level the playing field. A heartfelt call to action, this book explores how this can be achieved. ‘Cracking Social Mobility highlights the very-real urgency of this issue but also (thankfully) suggests some potential road maps for the future, the most important of which is technological innovation and – vitally – applying it to education it in a way that is beneficial to all.’ Lord David Puttnam ‘This is an important and timely book... Tom Moule’s arguments are urgent and compelling.’ Geoff Barton ‘AI offers real prospects for significant advance on social mobility for disadvantaged students, who have been insufficiently helped by conventional educational approaches. This book addresses a very important subject.’ Sir Anthony Seldon ‘For the sake of future generations, we cannot afford to ignore technology’s potential to improve the delivery of teaching and learning in the classroom.’ Rt Hon David Davis MP

ECEL 2020 19th European Conference on e Learning

12-19). Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall International Editions. Mnisi, S. (2015) “Exploring a teaching strategy ... Penprase, B. E. (2018) “The fourth industrial revolution and higher education”, In Higher education in the era of the ...

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Author: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Busc,

Publisher: Academic Conferences International Limited

ISBN: 9781912764792

Category: Education

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Wellbeing and Resilience Education

COVID-19 and Its Impact on Education Mathew A. White, Faye McCallum ... A framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. ... The fourth education revolution. Legend Press. Seligman, M. E. (2012).

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Author: Mathew A. White

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000391992

Category: Education

Page: 310

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Wellbeing and Resilience Education engages with the immediate impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the theoretical and applied elements of wellbeing and resilience education. It explores the implications for students, teachers, and teaching from a transdisciplinary and international perspective. Featuring thirteen chapters written by 27 academics from across the globe, it includes new transdisciplinary research by organisational psychologists, psychologists, neuroscientists, policy experts and education researchers. The book comprises a wide range of topics including: appreciative inquiry, educational leadership, refugee education, resilience education, designing online courses, teacher wellbeing and community responses during the Covid-19 pandemic. This timely volume will be of interest to academics, initial teacher educators, postgraduate students, school leaders and policymakers researching the field of wellbeing, resilience, education, schools, and schooling.

Powering a Learning Society During an Age of Disruption

The fourth version of the learning society is where a government actively plans to stimulate and control learning in the ... COVID-19 provides an opportunity to make creative and imaginative policy proposals, which can accelerate the ...

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Author: Sungsup Ra

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811609831

Category: Continuing education

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This open access book presents contemporary perspectives on the role of a learning society from the lens of leading practitioners, experts from universities, governments, and industry leaders. The think pieces argue for a learning society as a major driver of change with far-reaching influence on learning to serve the needs of economies and societies. The book is a testimonial to the importance of learning communities. It highlights the pivotal role that can be played by non-traditional actors such as city and urban planners, citizens, transport professionals, and technology companies. This collection seeks to contribute to the discourse on strengthening the fabric of a learning society crucial for future economic and social development, particularly in the aftermath of the coronavirus disease.

Visions and Concepts for Education 4 0

Due to the unexpected sudden existence of COVID-19 and its unpredictable time frame to end, educational institutions have ... to join the running education revolution, which is basically a part of the fourth industrial revolution.

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Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030672096

Category: Blended learning

Page: 571

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This book contains papers in the fields of Interactive, Collaborative, and Blended Learning; Technology-Supported Learning; Education 4.0; Pedagogical and Psychological Issues. With growing calls for affordable and quality education worldwide, we are currently witnessing a significant transformation in the development of post-secondary education and pedagogical practices. Higher education is undergoing innovative transformations to respond to our urgent needs. The change is hastened by the global pandemic that is currently underway. The 9th International Conference on Interactive, Collaborative, and Blended Learning: Visions and Concepts for Education 4.0 was conducted in an online format at McMaster University, Canada, from 14th to 15th October 2020, to deliberate and share the innovations and strategies. This conferences main objectives were to discuss guidelines and new concepts for engineering education in higher education institutions, including emerging technologies in learning; to debate new conference format in worldwide pandemic and post-pandemic conditions; and to discuss new technology-based tools and resources that drive the education in non-traditional ways such as Education 4.0. Since its beginning in 2007, this conference is devoted to new learning approaches with a focus on applications and experiences in the fields of interactive, collaborative, and blended learning and related new technologies. Currently, the ICBL conferences are forums to exchange recent trends, research findings, and disseminate practical experiences in collaborative and blended learning, and engineering pedagogy. The conference bridges the gap between pure scientific research and the everyday work of educators. Interested readership includes policymakers, academics, educators, researchers in pedagogy and learning theory, school teachers, industry-centric educators, continuing education practitioners, etc.

Mindful Education

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19): Emerging and future challenges for dental and oral medicine.Journal of Dental Research. ... Schools of the future: Defining new models of education for the fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Author: Charlene Tan

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811614057

Category: Education

Page: 197

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This book provides original ideas and practical recommendations for educators in a post-pandemic world. We live in a world that has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. Students around the globe have been besieged by disruptions that threaten not only their academic learning but also their mental, emotional, and interpersonal well-being. In the midst of pressing and mounting challenges, how can schools ensure the total wellness of all their students? Beyond reactive, piecemeal, and short-term measures, how can schools enact mindful education that pays attention to wholeness in every student? Extending the current research on well-being and mindfulness, this book draws insights from Confucian and Christian traditions. These two traditions have been selected as they are widely seen to represent, and have impacted, Eastern and Western civilisations respectively for millennia. Informed and inspired by Confucian and Christian perspectives, this book proposes that mindfulness is an orientation towards wholeness, where one experiences he (harmony) and shalom (peace). Mindful education is realised through: A school community of ren (humanity) and agape (love); A transforming curriculum that centres on dao (way) and imago dei (god’s image); Empathic teachers who are motivated by shu (putting oneself in the other’s place) and the Golden Rule (do to others as you would have them do to you); and Self-directed learners who develop themselves through xiuji (self-cultivation) and spiritual disciplines. Applying ancient wisdom to contemporary settings, this book on promoting student well-being through mindful education is a useful resource for policymakers, educators, researchers, and general readers.

Critical Perspectives on Teaching Learning and Leadership

Teaching and Learning International Survey TALIS2018 Insights and Interpretations. ... The fourth education revolution. ... COVID-19 Educational Disruption and Response. https://en.unesco.org/cov id19/educationresponse.

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Author: Mathew A. White

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811566677

Category: Education

Page: 217

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This book addresses the significant problems that can arise for pre-service teachers, teachers and school leaders who are unprepared for the complexities of 21st century teaching. It focuses on major factors impacting teacher preparation during an era of significant change, including student learning, academic growth, classroom practice, and the efficacy of teachers. In turn, the book considers crucial aspects that can enhance educational outcomes and investigates questions including what impact the changing nature of teachers’ work has on teacher preparation; how educators can evaluate blended learning; and what impact teachers have on learners. This book provides evidence-based approaches that can be used to achieve a positive impact on education and narrow the gap in contemporary and emerging global topics in education.