Learning 2030 – not only “how”, but also “what” we learn is changing!
Especially in the time of the Corona crisis, learning with electronic media has become a boom. Areas such as general education, universities, but also adult education and vocational training are inevitably opening up to the new media in order to create a substitute for the absence of face-to-face learning. In the process, there is a painful awareness of how great the need to catch up is in many areas. Moreover, advanced players are trying to use the crisis as an opportunity to increase their reach on the one hand and to open up the educational possibilities of digital media on the other. In this context, steps towards the individualisation and personalisation of learning processes, the strengthening of action orientation by acting in virtual space and the turn towards problem-solving learning at work in real time are to be mentioned among others.
Published in: eLearning Journal