Future of Learning Innovation
#TiEconKerala Dec 13, 14 2013
Founder & Ex-CEO LurnQ.com
Just is 2 year MOOCs have
become mainstream. And in
the process it is re-imagining
every part of education
ecosystem
250+ ...
Online education isn’t new,
what’s different is the scale of
technology being applied by
leaders who mix visionary
goals w...
Estimated size of 2022 global
online/digital education market
will stand at a $4.47 Trillion
Where will next wave of
innovation come from?
“Learning” part of education will
increasingly become free
Unbundling of research, learning
and certification part of education
“School” will take many forms
Sometimes it will be
self-organized
Learners will create their own
learning play list reflecting their
own interest and goals
The learning playlists might
include accredited schools and
include a variety of digitally
mediated learning experiences
Radical personalization will
become a norm with learning
approaches and support tailored
to each learner
Educators’ will diversify as many
new learning agent roles emerge
A wide variety of learning
resources, networks and platforms
will emerge to connect the
learners and learning agents
At some time these virtual
communities will take ownership
of learning in new ways, with
physical becoming the support
sys...
A new wave of social innovations
will help address resource and
other challenges
Diverse forms of credential and
reputation makers will reflect the
many ways people learn and
demonstrate mastery
Learns must acquire the
knowledge, competencies and
skills that prepare them to learn
skills for future we cannot predict
Education and its associated
industries, such as textbook
manufacture, have historically
resisted technological change. No...
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Education and its associated industries, such as textbook manufacture, have historically resisted technological change. Now Web-based software and business strategies may cause a disruption of existing business models. The emergence of massive open online courses signals a potential sea change in how education reaches students. Find detailed note here https://medium.com/p/96950ee3a6a1

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  1. 1. Future of Learning Innovation #TiEconKerala Dec 13, 14 2013 Founder & Ex-CEO LurnQ.com
  2. 2. Just is 2 year MOOCs have become mainstream. And in the process it is re-imagining every part of education ecosystem 250+ universities 10 million + learners
  3. 3. Online education isn’t new, what’s different is the scale of technology being applied by leaders who mix visionary goals with sharp elbowed, low priced Internet business models
  4. 4. Estimated size of 2022 global online/digital education market will stand at a $4.47 Trillion
  5. 5. Where will next wave of innovation come from?
  6. 6. “Learning” part of education will increasingly become free
  7. 7. Unbundling of research, learning and certification part of education
  8. 8. “School” will take many forms Sometimes it will be self-organized
  9. 9. Learners will create their own learning play list reflecting their own interest and goals
  10. 10. The learning playlists might include accredited schools and include a variety of digitally mediated learning experiences
  11. 11. Radical personalization will become a norm with learning approaches and support tailored to each learner
  12. 12. Educators’ will diversify as many new learning agent roles emerge
  13. 13. A wide variety of learning resources, networks and platforms will emerge to connect the learners and learning agents
  14. 14. At some time these virtual communities will take ownership of learning in new ways, with physical becoming the support system
  15. 15. A new wave of social innovations will help address resource and other challenges
  16. 16. Diverse forms of credential and reputation makers will reflect the many ways people learn and demonstrate mastery
  17. 17. Learns must acquire the knowledge, competencies and skills that prepare them to learn skills for future we cannot predict
  18. 18. Education and its associated industries, such as textbook manufacture, have historically resisted technological change. Now Web-based software and business strategies may cause a disruption of existing business models. The emergence of massive open online courses signals a potential sea change in how education reaches students
  19. 19. THANK YOU

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