The shift to learner-centered training

For a long time, higher education was more or less confined to learners in their early twenties. Children learned from very young ages that almost everything they did in and out of school would eventually add up to a college admission. Once there, choosing the right major and minor were of paramount, lifelong importance.

Traditionally, it took four years of attending classes, taking exams and writing papers before earning a degree that also came with a good amount of bias. Alumni usually ended up sharing much of the socio-political mindset that prevailed in that particular institution.

While this way of doing things worked flawlessly for decades, recent developments in the workplace call for a more flexible approach to formal learning and to learning in general.

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