Articles on the Future of Education
Read our latest articles on the future of education! You’ll discover more about the latest developments in global education systems and non-formal education.
We cover topics such as the advancements in education science, ICT in education, ethics and responsibility in education, science communication, and much more!
A Note from the Editor:
Education should be transformed in a way that can meet the demands of the 21st century, and at the same time, it should also be able to shape the morality and ethics of a changing world.
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Partnering with DOSZ
The GiLE Foundation is partnering with DOSZ and is empowering the next generation of early-career researchers.
Sustainable Development and Skills for the Green Transition
Our recent event discussed the EU’s funding instruments and their role in transitioning to a more sustainable economy.
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How to Become a Successful Learner? “Be a Child” Principle
The “be a child” principle provides students with the key to be successful in their studies.
Living with COVID-19, Challenges on Teaching and Learning: The African Perspective
Technology forms an integral part of 21st Century teaching and learning
Education and the Environment: Do Environmental Programmes at School Affect Critical Thinking Skills?
The study showed a positive correlation between environment and critical thinking. Crucially, empowered students were found to take responsibility for their own learning.
Media Literacy Education, Confirmation Bias and Filter Bubbles
Media literacy education is required to counteract the negative impact that confirmation bias and filter bubbles have on society.
Graduate Transition – from Class to Cubicle
The university‘s mission is to develop professionals for a better world.
Education of the New World Order
Their classrooms are becoming their desktops, directly affecting their own ideas of imparting knowledge on students.
Non-Formal Education for Students
Non-Formal Education for Students and Recent Graduates. Benefits of non-formal education. Non-formal education during the pandemic.
COVID-19 and its Impact on Youth and Employment
The COVID-19 pandemic, its economic and social implications and its impact on the youth and their employment opportunities.
How Languages Affect the Way We Think
We tend to lose the essence of our native languages when we become bilingual or polyglot. Will that change they way we think as well?
5 Facts you Didn’t Know About Creativity
The word “creative” is used so often in our daily life that we have started to lose its sense. What do we actually know about creativity?
Distance Education – the Competition of Traditional Schools
The reason why distance learning took off was because industries, the military, and the state saw a greater opportunity in vocational training.
ICT in Education
What is the Optimum Use of Technology in Education?
What is the Optimum Use of Technology in Education?
There must be a “golden rule” (optimum) level of the usage of classroom technologies.
The Online Learning Divide Brought on by Covid-19
Covid-19 disrupted the education system and showed areas of education inequality. How can we make sure that no one gets left behind?
Classroom Technologies of the Future
With saving the environment, high textbook demands, and engaging students all to consider, is all technology out there good technology?
Mastering the Unknown – Education in the 4th Industrial Revolution
Most graduates face a world transformed by technology, in which they are faced with questions about their own compatibility in terms of employment.
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Ethics and Responsibility
Leadership and Embracing Uncertainty
Effective leadership involves skilful management of people and problems. This is essential to achieve harmonious resilience.
Why Character Education Matters
We need character education to nurture more decent human beings for society. This article elaborates on its importance.
Teachers as Influencers – Makers and Breakers of the Education Experience
A combination of negative and positive teaching and engagements styles can make or break a learner’s education experience.
Involved, engaged and constructive: Students as Change Agents today
The Students as Change Agents programme perceives youth as allies. This can be the key to a brighter future.
Ethics and Responsibility in Education – the Importance of Financial Literacy
All these phases are linked through seeing, learning, experiencing and making mistakes, all of which are practiced in everyday life.
How can we make hybrid teaching become reality?
Some higher education institutions in Hungary decided to opt for hybrid teaching instead of going fully online, but we’re just not there yet.
Why We Learn? The Economics of Education
Education as an investment provides individual, social, and global benefits. It increases our thinking, understanding, knowledge and skills to handle real life situations.
Online Learning: 3 Easy Tips to Tackle Lack of Motivation
Online learning can be conquered with the right amount of drive and commitment. Discover how to keep your motivation intact.
Better Distance Learning Courses are the Way Forward
Better distance learning courses expand the geographical dimensions of teaching and also provide equal opportunities for all students.
Has Time Come to Finally Revolutionise Assessment and Feedback?
We need assignments through which students can showcase their abilities; a synthesis of factual knowledge in combination with 21st century skills.
Gamification: Can Learning Really Be Fun?
How can we implement game elements into education to make it more engaging and motivating?
The Architecture of Educational Spaces & Creative Learning Environments
The impact of educational spaces’ design on providing a creative learning environment.
The 21st Century Teacher
Teachers are valuable asset to society because of the role they play in the lives of their students.