2030 is not far ( For k-12 learning designers )

Welcome to a decade filled with diverse disruption across all sectors but how about looking at the next decade. As a K-12 learning designer, this is ultimately important to everything you do everyday with your learners

đź’ˇRemember : Every child in Year 8 will be in the workforce by 2030 and every child in Year 3 will be in the workforce by 2035.

Now, what if I tell you that there are bodies that are busy studying the trends in societies and Nations and often provide a clear projection on what to expect in the coming years and decades. Think about that 🤔

đź’ˇOne of such bodies is the World Economic Forum. One of the reports they release annually is the global risk report where they itemize the challenges that the whole world will experience leaving no continent behind.

Do you know even the pandemic was predicted ?? So we live in a world that is evolving in a predictable manner to an extent.

đź’ˇEverything said about 2022 in that Report came to pass including the “Japa Syndrome”. Another has been released for 2023 and it’s already happening!!!

“We need to pay attention to Research”

🤔 Question is, how are you preparing your learners for the next decade ?

As we look at the future I.e 2030 and beyond, there is “the predictable”, “the possible”, and “the preferable”. We can tell what will happen and what might happen.

The Future Is Not Vague!!!

I am here to draw your attention to “2030” as you build contents and design learning experiences.

See what the report from the Africa Union Commission says about our Continent.

2030 is not far and you have the opportunity to offer your learners the best preparation for the next decade by equipping them to overcome the known and emerging challenges.

See you there.

Adebayo Alomaja
Head Of Research & Chief Learning Designer

Published by Eazy-Digi

Using research, technology and networking to transform education in Africa.

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