Customised, Contextual Classrooms: An Insight by Ashwin Ajila
- February 12, 2020
- Posted by: iNurture
- Category: iNurture in Media
Mr. Ashwin Ajila is one of the pioneers of new-age learning. He has been a key voice in the changing landscape of higher education in India. His innovative ideas on education have been recognised by many leading organisations, domain leaders, and institutions.
His insights on Customised, Contextual Classrooms were recently published in The Economic Times.
The article highlights the need for blended learning by leveraging technology in classrooms and beyond. He talks about adaptive learning, personalized learning, and assessments that help evaluate the learners’ potential, all using technology for sustained learning.
An excerpt from the article:
“Today’s learning environment needs to be more aligned with the future of work which is volatile, chaotic, uncertain and ambiguous, and therefore the preparation for such an environment needs to begin from schools and colleges. We might not need to replicate job roles in the classroom but we definitely have to provide a more real and practical simulation of the workplace so that today’s students become more adept and effective as tomorrow’s workforce.”
You can read the complete article from The Economic Times here.