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Implication of Ir4.0 to Teaching

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Introduction
Implication of IR4.0 to Teaching covers the 4th Industrial Revolution (IR4.0), the Emerging Technologies, the types of Skills required for IR4.0 and…
…The role of the Education Sector in response & preparation to teach Students for future changes in skills and work.
Contents:
1. Industry 4.0, & the Emerging Technologies
2. Students Have Technology-
Driven Expectations
3. Type of Skills needed for IR4.0
4. Education Is Getting Personal
5. IoT Is Taking Over
6. Role of the Education Sector in
response & preparation for IR4.0

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Implication of Ir4.0 to Teaching

  1. 1. Principal Consultant for Lean Management. Certified ‘Train the Trainer’ & Kaizen Specialist with 35 over years working experience. Former Engineering Manager for ACM Malaysia. (Boeing Aircraft) An Innovative Engineer that trains & guide Companies on Creative Innovation for Continuous Improvement. Founder of Tim’s Waterfuel an alternative fuel supplement using Water as fuel to add power & reduce Co2 emission on automobiles. Rode 24 Countries, 18,290km,4 months 11 days 6 3/4 hrs from Malaysia to London on just a 125 cc. Timothy Wooi Add: 20C, Taman Bahagia, 06000, Jitra, Kedah Email: timothywooi2@gmail.com H/p: +6019 4514007 (Malaysia) Speaker’s Profile
  2. 2. …The role of the Education Sector in response & preparation to teach Students for future changes in skills and work. Introduction Implication of IR4.0 to Teaching covers the 4th Industrial Revolution (IR4.0), the Emerging Technologies, the types of Skills required for IR4.0 and…
  3. 3. To understand how we can respond to and prepare for educating the 4th Industrial Revolution. Objectives
  4. 4. 1. Industry 4.0, & the Emerging Technologies 2. Students Have Technology- Driven Expectations 3. Type of Skills needed for IR4.0 4. Education Is Getting Personal 5. IoT Is Taking Over 6. Role of the Education Sector in response & preparation for IR4.0 Content
  5. 5. The breakthroughs in science and technology are effecting on business, labor, markets, and ultimately the education systems. A recent report by the International Labor Organization estimates that, Automation will replace the jobs of 137 million people in Southeast Asia within the next 20 years. Background
  6. 6. This advancements in the digital economy & biotechnology, with globalization and population ageing, are shifting how people learn, live, and work. As a result, changes in skill requirements & the organization of work, will create pressure on job quality, family-work balance, and social inclusion.
  7. 7. The new digital industrial technology, known as IR4.0, is a transformation to gather and analyze data across machines, This revolution will increase productivity, shift economy, foster industrial growth, and enabling faster, more flexible, more efficient processes to produce higher-quality goods at reduced costs. modify the profile of the workforce, changing the competitiveness of companies.
  8. 8. according to the World Economic Forum is a logical step after the third industrial revolution (the digital revolution). In this stage, the lines between the biological, digital, and physical aspects of life are blurred. Industry 4.0, the Fourth Industrial Revolution,
  9. 9. The theme “IR4.0” is characterized by the fusion and amplification of emerging technology, breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics, multiplied by the far-reaching connectivity between billions of people with mobile devices with unprecedented access to data and knowledge.
  10. 10. Without bold reforms in Education and clear policies to guide through, many people will lack the necessary skills to… ...fill these new positions in economies and societies that are anticipated to be fundamentally different.
  11. 11. Outline of 4th Industrial Revolution
  12. 12. automation of all kinds of tasks, artificial intelligence in all spheres of living, robots, & endless possibilities that technology opens up for us. IR4.0 is characterized by;
  13. 13. What does it mean for the educational system? Is there a phenomenon that we could call education 4.0?
  14. 14. Yes!, the educational industry is already being influenced by cognitive and cloud computing, IoT, and other trends imposed by IR4.0. These are only few of the changes that this industrial revolution directly impacts:
  15. 15. Education systems must ensure these emerging technologies are harnessed to build resilience and to benefit all. This will mean that; addressing the gender gap, both in education and in the workforce, should be a major focus.
  16. 16. We need to examine how best to collaborate with Private Sectors to ensure appropriate training and skills development in education, to lower inequality.
  17. 17. We are facing a range of new technologies that combine the physical, digital and biological worlds. These new technologies will impact all disciplines, and even challenge our ideas about what it means to be human.
  18. 18. These technologies have great potential to continue to connect billions more people to the web, drastically improve the efficiency of business and organizations and help regenerate the natural environment through.
  19. 19. However, in order for higher education to deliver future generations with the right set of skills and knowledge; We need to ask, how higher education institutes would be affected by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and how to transform the delivery of education.
  20. 20. Education System will first need to address the issue of continued and improved education in; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects, as well as Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
  21. 21. 2. Students Have Technology-Driven Expectations Do you know what influences the expectations of students? – The expectations of future job markets? Future workers will be expected to know emerging technologies. Its time to stop assigning textual projects and focus on practical assignments instead.
  22. 22. Students today do not benefit too much from textual assignments as most of the essays can be easily bought. Educational system must be reinvented in another direction. Students need to develop practical skills in using technology they will encounter at their future jobs.
  23. 23. Take doctors as an example. Medical robots are becoming reality today. They collect and classify patient data, and present it to the doctor in a format that’s ready to use. A student at medical school has to keep pace with all new inventions. The school should equip them with knowledge about big data and its impact on their profession.
  24. 24. The 21st century shift- Innovative Thinking -a new call, a shift from 20th century of traditional view of practices, which discouraged innovative behaviors to:- -valuing innovative thinking as a “potentially powerful influence on organizational performance”.
  25. 25. However, creative problem-solving, people management, and social intelligence.. …remain significant bottlenecks to machine learning and artificial intelligence.
  26. 26. Therefore, Educational Policymakers need to bridge critical thinking and problem-solving with entrepreneurship and design, to generate the kinds of intuitive thinkers that understand the future.
  27. 27. This means that ‘soft’ skills i.e. transversal competencies or 21st century skills will increase in value as these fields mature. 3.Types of skills needed for IR4.0
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  29. 29. It is NOT enough for high school graduates to know just basic facts and skills. As economic and technological changes, shape the occupational outlook of today, schools have begun to embrace “higher-order thinking” to prepare the 21st century workforce. (HOTS) High Order Thinking Skills
  30. 30. HOTS essentially means thinking that takes place in the higher level of hierarchy in the cognitive processing.
  31. 31. To be successful, students must master; decision-making, prioritizing, strategizing and  collaborative problem solving.
  32. 32. “High Order Thinking Skills supports students’ development of the skills that will help them thrive in future life and work.” (IT Research)
  33. 33. 4. Education Is Getting Personal Universities need to embrace big data to understand strengths and weaknesses of an individual performance. (SWOT) Thats why online courses gained so much traction; anyone can study what they want, at their own pace. We need to go further on this.
  34. 34. When a students performance and behavior is measured, a personalized learning experience for them can finally be offered. If an individual student is facing learning disabilities, a teacher need to find a different approach in the teaching methods.
  35. 35. If a student is intimidated by testing, teachers can offer them to write blog posts at home instead of essays at school. It takes a lot of training for teachers to be able to understand and use big data, but we’re making steady steps towards such a future.
  36. 36. 5. IoT Is Taking Over The Internet of Things is all about our convenience, keeping our homes safe and more effective while were away. What does this mean for the classroom? The applications of IoT technology are not extreme at the current point.
  37. 37. Many modern schools are equipped with wireless locks, smart attendance systems, sensors, security cameras, 3D printers, and other smart devices. This technology is on a rapid track of development. We should expect to see more innovative applications in close future.
  38. 38. Students go to school to learn. But convenience is an important part of the process. If smart devices can keep the environment more comfortable, it will be easier for the students to stay focused.
  39. 39. 1.How can we respond and react to the emerging trends within the IR4.0 2.How education systems can prepare for the future changes.
  40. 40. The obvious challenge ahead, then, is how to design new approaches to education?; 6. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0 so that students are prepared to navigate these disruptive technologies.
  41. 41. Just as important as what skills learners will need, is what skills Teachers will need and how their role will change. We will look at what students and teachers will need to successfully adapt to these new rules. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  42. 42. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  43. 43. In addition, the 4th IR provides opportunity to level the playing field and reduce inequalities. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  44. 44. This begins with education and skills and calls for a special focus on narrowing the gender gap, especially in the growth sector constituted by professions requiring a background in science, technology, engineering and mathematics… the 4th Industrial revolution must be a development revolution.“ Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  45. 45. While STEM and digital skills will be in high demand, nearly all jobs will also require much stronger; social and collaboration skills, unique human traits that go beyond mastering machines. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  46. 46. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  47. 47. Changes that are happening within the field of education and education technology. e-learning,  learning analytics, personalized learning and big data is starting to change the nature and process of learning. 1. Education and Skills for the 4th Industrial Revolution
  48. 48. To address these trends, Education Sector need to focus on the kind of education which is needed, to prepare learners and education systems for the 4th industrial revolution. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  49. 49. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  50. 50. •Take 5 & Let’s See! Recent Trends in K-12 Education Some say that this change has been a long time coming. There is an analogy that uses fairy tale character Rip van Winkle to describe this; Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  51. 51. The Traditional Test!
  52. 52. Role of the Education Sector in Response & Preparation for IR4.0
  53. 53. Before
  54. 54. Now!
  55. 55. We’ll Face Challenges, But They Are Part of the Process Greater collaboration, security, and technology-driven education. – thats how the future of education looks like.
  56. 56. We’ll Face Challenges, But They Are Part of the Process We still have to work on many challenges & inequality issue. Everyone deserves high-quality education, but not everyone has equal access to it.
  57. 57. •Take 5! Let us Reflect what we have learned. Can IR4.0 affect that issue in some way?
  58. 58. 1. How can you respond and react to the emerging trends within the IR4.0. 2. How can you prepare Students for the future changes that you can practice and apply at your School setting. 3. What are the expected Results / Outcomes of this application? Sum up what you have learned from this Seminar on Implication of IR4.0 to Teaching and,

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