From school and university leadership to policymakers and teachers, all stakeholders will play a crucial role to overcome the barriers in implementing Education 4.0
The education sector across the world is racing against time to catch up with the latest technology advancements and prepare itself to match up to the fourth industrial revolution.
The role of all stakeholders, be it technology firms, policymakers, academic institutions or educationists including the curriculum, play a crucial role in determining the speed and the extent of success of Education 4.0. At the heart of it all is the ability of policymakers to set goals and define the scope and momentum, and of heads of schools and universities to give an impetus to teachers to redefine, learn and adapt themselves to new methods. Each stakeholder would have to be involved to bring about effective change, advancement and innovation.