We are observing “a revolution in education.” We know that improving technology play a distinctive role in the evolution, and traditional foundations will face challenges in the future.
In my presentation, I discuss some initial findings on the future of the 21st-century education.
As a passionate teacher, I am interested how do I best educate my students?
It is not about what I teach, but about how I teach them.
According to the recent literature, on the subject, today’s education is behind new requirements and technologies.
There is a vibrant debate about preparing teachers to use new techniques as well as how up-to-date educators might become more “future-oriented” and familiar with new skills.
I am interested in discussing these thoughts with others.
Certainly, we should take into account the wide-ranging nature of education, which is especially significant, in developing countries.
I do not try to search for a universal remedy of worldwide education. It would be unrealistic.
It is certain that the future education will become more technologically driven, and will function in an environment where success depends on the use of new technology, development and improvements.

It is important to underline that from my perspective; new technology is not going to substitute students in a classroom.
More than that, it will neither replace the social life, nor the transformational experience of progress learners whereby they will go through as part of their study.
Halina Ostańkowicz- Bazan
July 2015


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