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Connectedness, Collaboration, and Co-creation
Connectedness, Collaboration, and Co-creation

Author(s): Ayine Nigo, Vincent Gibogwe
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Education, Distance learning / e-learning
Published by: RITHA Publishing
Keywords: connectedness; collaboration; co-creation; information recall; transmissive; digital future; learning and teaching;
Summary/Abstract: As the world we live in changes to embrace tech futures, how and what we teach in our education system will also be reshaped to keep up to date with the growing demands of the 21st century, hence the need for straightforward approaches to future Learning in the context of business and management. Our contributions to the call for book chapters in 'Digital Future in Education: Paradoxes, Hopes and Realities' will be based on the following three-sub-chapters, i.e., 1) Networking and team working, 2) Anywhere, anytime, learning, and 3) Customization for a learner-first approach. Our findings show that educators need to facilitate these experiences in context, and our classrooms need to reflect this model of learning. We also find out that the current and future environment for learning and teaching using the said methodology is too volatile to sustain this educational structure. Students will need to learn what they need and when they need it. Conversely, teachers will become facilitators of Learning and teaching, and students will have more control of their learning journey.

  • Page Range: 58-78
  • Page Count: 21
  • Publication Year: 2023
  • Language: English