L’éducation doit s’adapter aux changements induits par l’intelligence artificielle. Alors que l’intelligence artificielle et la robotique impriment des changements systémiques sur le marché du travail, éducation et formation professionnelles doivent évoluer pour aider les travailleurs à tirer le meilleur parti de ces changements.
L’impact de l’intelligence artificielle et de la robotique sur le marché du travail fait aujourd’hui couler beaucoup d’encre. La fameuse étude des économistes Frey et Osborne, parue en 2013, selon laquelle 47% des emplois américains d'aujourd'hui seront menacés au cours des vingt prochaines années, est régulièrement agitée comme un épouvantail. Des cours de solidarité et de gentillesse à l'école primaire, trois pays donnent l'exemple. EDUCATION - Les cours d'empathie et de gentillesse font leur entrée dans les écoles primaires.
Au Danemark, ils sont désormais obligatoires pour les 6-16 ans. Et dans d'autres pays, ces enseignements existent depuis un bon moment. The Future of Work for Youth in Africa — Changemakers. The Future of Work for Youth in Africa How to Put Young People in Charge to Boost Africa’s Youth Employment Youth unemployment is a hot topic globally these days, especially in Africa, where the growing number of young people entering the job market will be critical to economic development.
African countries are experiencing the issue in varying degrees. Un projet à 15 millions de dollars pour démocratiser l'éducation grâce au logiciel libre. If education is the cure for poverty, then how do we make the antidote? The United Nations recently claimed that the Millennium Development Goal that focused on primary education increased global enrolment from 83% to 91%.
Despite these gains, today it is estimated that 124 million children do not attend school and 757 million adults are illiterate. The nearly one billion people without a proper education is distressing as a good education is a proven foundation for alleviating poverty, sustainable economic progress, healthier lifestyle and enhanced social development. Inexplicably, the international community continues to fail the global poor by not creating access to legitimate education programs that allow them to conquer poverty. Repenser l Ecucation Vers un bien commun mondial. Africa's Education Emergency. We all agree that there are schools in Africa, however the challenge is; how much are Africa's children learning in schools?
Education is the key to; eliminating gender inequality, reducing poverty, creating a sustainable planet, preventing needless deaths and illness, and fostering peace. And in a knowledge economy, education is the new currency by which nations maintain economic competitiveness and global prosperity. Education is an investment, and one of the most critical investments we can make. This is true not only for Africa, but for countries around the world. Early childhood education is the key to South Africa’s future. Learning through play, the stimulation these young children are getting from the educational toys provided by The Unlimited Child will build a lifelong ability to learn.
Millions of children across South Africa returned to school last week and was joined by a whole new intake excited to be starting primary school for the first time. The sad fact is that many of these first-graders have already been short-changed as real learning starts even earlier – with well-planned early childhood education, said Steph Bester, chairman of The Unlimited Child.
“Internationally, educationists agree that a child’s ability to learn is shaped during the first six years of life. Those who miss out on early childhood education may never fully catch up on their cognitive and personal development and will probably battle with learning to read, write, spell or do maths,” she added.
The importance of preparing young children for school led to the launch of The Unlimited Child in 2008. Yes. How Does Poverty Influence Learning? Editor's note: This piece was adapted from Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Performing Schools by William H.
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(Photo : Chris Jackson | Getty Images News) India Reveals New Education Policy after 3 Decades, Centers on Learning more about “Values” After 30 years of implementing the unchanged policies in the education sector, India has finally revealed its latest education policy that centers its learning on "values. " According to the report of NDTV, it is a major collaborative effort spearheaded by the government.
TSR Subramanian, India's former cabinet secretary and the current chairman of the drafting committee, said that values education will become an integral part of the schools' syllabus very soon. Like Us on Facebook. 2015 in review: Top eight World Bank education blog posts. The beginning of the new year is a good time to look back at the most-read entries in our education blog in 2015.
Provocative and informative, our bloggers write about some of the education sector’s most hotly debated issues today. #8 MOOCs in China are growing Between 2013 and 2014, the Chinese online education market increased by 700%. In contrast, the US market increased by only 9%. It’s not surprising then that the Chinese government expects massive open online courses (MOOCs) to bring “revolutionary” change to the education system. 'A Bit Of A Montessori 2.0': Khan Academy Opens A Lab School : NPR Ed. In 2015, Khan Academy, which pioneered free, online video tutorials and lectures that have reached millions of students around the world, sought new ways of reaching new people.
It had already partnered with everyone from NASA to the Museum of Modern Art, and this past year Khan joined forces with the SAT's overlord, the College Board. The goal, in the parlance of our times, is to disrupt the billion-dollar test prep industry. Salman "Sal" Khan, founder and executive director of Khan Academy, is venturing into brick-and-mortar private schools. Education Challenges.