Designing learning-skills towards industry 4.0

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Krishnan Umachandran
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4934-4368
Valentina Della Corte
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7113-3167
P. Amuthalakshmi
Debra Ferdinand James
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6999-4152
Mohamed Mohamed Tolba Said
Barbara Sawicka
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8183-7624
Giovana del Gaudio
T. Roosefert Mohan
Craig N. Refugio
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1374-6103
Vasudeva Rao Aravind
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1129-8135
Igor Jurcic

Abstract

The world is shrinking now more than ever due to new scientific and technological breakthroughs that expand the boundaries of human knowledge, resulting in improvements in transportation, communication, space exploration and educational technologies. Today’s students will compete in a technological, diverse, multi-cultural world and must be prepared to thrive in this futuristic environment. Therefore, it is vital that today’s pedagogy produce lifelong learners, who can succeed in a global pulpit. To ensure our educational technology progresses at the rate demanded by today’s ubiquitous digital learners, we review emerging technologies and traditional teaching methods and propose desirable changes. Future companies will need employees with specific Internet of Things connected additive manufacturing skills across the value stream, including computer-aided design, machine operation, raw material development, robotics and supply chain management; but these are only island of excellence in industry 4.0 and not the consummate requirement of the manufacturing process.
Keywords: Industry 4.0, IoT, smart teaching, future skills.

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Umachandran, K., Corte, V., Amuthalakshmi, P., James, D., Said, M. M., Sawicka, B., Gaudio, G., Mohan, T., Refugio, C., Aravind, V., & Jurcic, I. (2019). Designing learning-skills towards industry 4.0. World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues, 11(2), 12-23. Retrieved from https://sproc.org/ojs/index.php/wjet/article/view/4147
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