Analysis: Is Higher Ed Ready for the Tech Expectations of the Teens of 2022?

Edsurge

Messy, motivated, tech-drenched 15 year-olds, the high school sophomores of today who will be entering college or the workforce in 2022, a mere three years from now. Not quite enough time for our robot overlords to overtake us, but both distant and soon enough to make us wonder. Barring some amazing, abrupt price cuts and technology improvements, the typical XR experience of the teen entering 2022 will be less Ready Player One and more group social outing.

How to Build a Modern School – 6 Key Elements to Embed in Your Groundwork

ViewSonic Education

The World Economic Forum report the Future of Jobs 2018 identified two major trends that will affect the future of work for the students of today: Robotics, AI, and Automation will displace 75 million jobs and at the same time create another 133 million new jobs. By the year 2022 , jobs like Data Scientist, AI Specialist, and Digital Transformation Specialist will take the place of declining jobs like Data Entry Clerks, Accountants, and Factory Workers.

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Emeritus Expands into K12 through Acquisition of iD Tech Bringing Equitable STEM Education to Adults and Youth Globally

eSchool News

With offerings from both companies in coding, math, game development, robotics and more, Emeritus and iD Tech are positioned to make STEM learning more accessible, paving the way for brighter futures in STEM occupations.

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Project Based Learning for Holistic Development Of Child

EdSense

The World Economic Forum predicts that by 2022, 75 million current job roles may be displaced by the shift in the division of labor between humans, machines and algorithms while 133 million new job roles may emerge at the same time. This will drive a demand for newer skills. While technology skills will be one part of the skill equation, human skills like creativity, problem solving, leadership, critical thinking and negotiation will increase in their value.

Automation is remaking Mississippi jobs: Are workers ready?

The Hechinger Report

Leave this field empty if you're human: Automation affects workers around the world — nearly half of the employers surveyed by the World Economic Forum last year expected automation would reduce their workforce by 2022. Related: Ten jobs that are safe from robots. A high school student repairs a car in an automotive shop class. Jobs in automotive body repair are relatively safe from automation, and they don’t require a college degree. Photo: Jackie Mader/The Hechinger Report.

A Resource-Packed Guide on How Digital Learning Can Connect Youth to Opportunity

Edsurge

Then they are told: Build a robot that draws. “It’s Indeed, the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2018 predicts that by 2022 there will be a significantly greater global demand for technical skills like programming and app development as well as social emotional skills such as creative thinking, problem-solving and negotiating.

How Martin Varsavsky, Chairman Prelude Fertility / Inception Founded 8 Successful Companies In The United States And Europe?

AsiaTechDaily

The final goal is to license NaturaLife, a compact embryology laboratory that automates in vitro fertilization processes using robotic technology and machine learning. In France, for example, we hope to have the regulation ready to be able to launch a call for tenders for autonomous mobility networks in 2022, while its deployment would not be possible until at least 2024. . Bookmark( 0 ). Please login to bookmark. Username or Email Address. Password. Remember Me. No account yet?

P-Tech Schools: The Remaking of Career, Technical Education

Educator Innovator

A recent employment forecast by the Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that between 2012 and 2022, only occupations that require a master’s degree will grow faster than jobs requiring an associate’s degree. P-TECH students and advocates of the model should keep this assertion from Wired Magazine’s Jim Kelly in mind: “You’ll be paid in the future based on how well you work with robots.”. This was originally posted at DML Central.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” According to Edsurge , Knewton is now a courseware company and not a “robot tutor in the sky.” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” There’s some robot news in the privacy section below. I’m putting it there because it’s not “LOL, robots” it’s more “holy s**t, Facebook why are you so consistently terrible.” (National) Education Politics.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. From the Raspberry Pi blog : “IoT Sleepbuddy, the robotic babysitter.” billion in revenue by 2022. (National) Education Politics. “Who Is Betsy DeVos ?” ” asks New York Magazine. “And how did she get to be head of our schools.” ” “Not An Advocate for Students or the Public Interest” – historian Sherman Dorn on “ Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education.”

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