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Review Article

Industry 4.0 Disruption and Its Neologisms in Major Industrial Sectors: A State of the Art

Table 4

Education 4.0 framework.

CategoryCritical characteristicsDescription

Learning content (built-in mechanism for skill adaptation)Global citizenship skillsInclude content that focuses on building awareness about the wider world, sustainability, and playing an active role in the global community
Innovation and creativity skillsInclude content that fosters skills required for innovation, including complex problem-solving, analytical thinking, creativity, and system analysis
Interpersonal skillsInclude content that focuses on interpersonal emotional intelligence, including empathy, cooperation, negotiation, leadership, and social awareness
Technology skillsInclude content that focuses on interpersonal emotional intelligence, including empathy, cooperation, negotiation, leadership, and social awareness

Experiences (leveraging innovative pedagogies)Personalized and self-paced learningMove from a system where learning is standardized to the one based on the diverse individual needs of each learner and flexible enough to enable each learner to progress at their own pace
Accessible and inclusive learningMove from a system where learning is confined to those with access to school buildings to the one in which everyone has access to learning and is therefore inclusive
Problem-based and collaborative learningMove from process-based to project- and problem-based content delivery, requiring peer collaboration and more closely mirroring the future of work
Lifelong and student-driven learningMove from a system where learning and skilling decrease over one’s lifespan to the one where everyone continuously improves on existing skills and acquires new ones based on their individual needs

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