Combine the global implications of technology, education and innovation skills & competencies and one will be able to ignite the growth driver for economic empowerment and development. The role of education, technology and skills in promoting innovation is critical.
The powerful combination of technology and education also promotes social inclusion where it for example allows groups of our global society to participate in learning in areas where they couldn’t before (rural areas)
Changing in Learning Styles
Rapid Technological Developments require responsive learning methods
Social inclusion: learning environment that cater to students with special needs (Dyslexia, ADD etc)
Changing workforce expectations; enhancing transferable skills
Teachers shortage + improving workload/flow
or where is allows a student with a learning disability to fully participate and learn in the exact same environment as a student without a learning disability.
Education also faces mounting pressure to respond to ongoing questions about shifting demographics, improving educational outcomes, changing workforce expectations and a need for alternative business models. Institutes are also increasingly moving from a generalist approach to an increasingly skills-based one.
Distance from home to school / in conflict zones
Social Inclusion: e.g gender
Funding & Costs for Education
Schools do not have basic amenities facilities (clean water, stationary etc)