Technology Education using a method of ′Learning in Crisis′.edited.docx

Productivity and labour market as it varies from low

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productivity and labour market as it varies from low –skilled labourers to high –skilled labourers capacity to withstand a disaster calamity. The other critical factor that we should consider when adopting technology in learning institutions is the suitability of School curriculum to fast rate of industrialisation and developments, lifelong learning procedural process of gaining skills. ( Journal of education policy, John 1989 ) The U.K committee of Robert Halfon is evident in its clear discussion and conclusion on the importance on increasing automation and connectivity during the fourth rapid ever-growing industrial revolution that is beneficial to the public once students are digitally equipped with know-how and digital skills to enrich our economy and communities by factual by boosting productivity and capability rates.
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Surname 4 REFERENCES Sjøberg, Svein. "Science and technology education: Current challenges and possible solutions." Innovations in science and technology education 8 (2002): 296-307. Beynon, John, and Hughie Mackay. "Information technology into education: towards a critical perspective." Journal of education policy 4.3 (1989): 245-257.
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