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Exploring the Future Education Workforce: New Roles for an Expanding Learning Ecosystem

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August 19, 2015

By: Katherine Prince, Jason Swanson

As education continues to change, educator roles will need to adapt to expanding learning environments in which students learn in new ways.There’s no question that education is changing.

Students have more opportunity to learn any time, in school, throughout the community and on the web. There’s growing interest in learning through virtual realities, digital games and social media platforms. Educators and stakeholders are placing more importance on immediate student-level data to help adjust learning more quickly.

But as education continues to change, educator roles will need to adapt to expanding learning environments in which students learn in new ways. This paper forecasts what kinds of educator roles might contribute to more flexible and rigorous learning environments in 10 years.

To help bring future possibilities to life, KnowledgeWorks also created a simulation recruitment website based in 2025.

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THE AUTHORS

Katherine Prince
Vice President of Foresight and Strategy
Jason Swanson
Senior Director of Strategic Foresight

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