An online education platform has made bold predictions about global learning trends with some surprising findings.
Some of these trends include evidence that women are more ambitious than men, that Gen Z is leading the learning charge, and that Brits are falling behind their counterparts.
Published this week, the Future of Learning report features commentary from 15 culture, technology, education and learning experts and includes insight from the UK, Australia and the USA.
The study reveals ten key global trends in learning including; women believing that education has the power to make the world a better place, real progress is being made around the inclusivity and accessibility of learning, the younger generation is accelerating change in education with online learning increasing, and ‘jobs for life’ are rapidly on the decline.
The Future of Learning report explored four core themes for learning development
- Women and learning
- Generational distinctions
- Access and…