the world we are living in:
the knowledge society
The knowledge economy addresses how education and knowledge can serve as a productive asset or business product to be sold to yield profits for individuals, businesses, and the economy.
This component of the economy relies greatly on intellectual capabilities instead of natural resources or physical contributions.
THE SMARTER KNOWLEDGE
We call it Smarter because it puts the learners at the centre and has the objective to engage them in a permanent process of acquiring new knowledge and skills that allow to perform new tasks, work on new jobs and to add new dimensions to the existing occupations.
This kind of education allows individuals to adapt to an ever-changing environment, learning all that’s needed to thrive under the new conditions.
IN EDUCATION WE ARE EXPERIENCING
3 PARADIGM SHIFTS
To keep up with the status quo, companies need to continually upgrade their systems, help their human capital improve, and implement new technologies.
One of the most effective tools for sustaining growth in this fast-developing world is providing continuous learning.
Exchanging time for Knowledge
For this reason, learning needs to be useful, relevant, alive and impactful.
Learning by question
In traditional eLearning, users are required to complete a quiz at the end of the lesson.
Instead, by asking challenging questions within the learning content, we achieve and maintain attention.
In this way we help users to learn and remember information as efficiently as possible.