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Strategies for Global Competitiveness 

What is Global Competitiveness?  

Global Competitiveness is a school of thought that encourages adopting non-traditional methods for imparting education, using technology-based tools and resources. This means that students are no longer in traditional classrooms, learning from teachers using textbooks, pens and papers only.  

Instead, with Global Competitiveness courses, one can have access to remote students that sign into their classrooms using the internet through modes like online open courses or video chat or dialing in through voice calls, to learn materials that are more dynamic in nature and at a pace best suited to them.   

Education 4.0, a course that prepares you for global competitiveness, was developed as a response to Industry 4.0 that saw a marked increase in the use of internet-based technology and communication tools across industries including ancillary industries like Healthcare 4.0, Technology 4.0, etc. Education 4.0 has been developed to create trained, qualified professionals who are ready for a highly globalized and digital-driven world.   

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Why Do You Need Education 4.0?  

Modern research shows that education must keep pace with the world it is training students for; ensuring a future that broadens knowledge base and is financially viable.  

Education 4.0 ensures that the teaching experience is similar to the working experience by using modern technologies and tools and resulting in great student learning experience.    

Research shows that increased personalization in education leads to better student learning outcomes. Education 4.0 makes this personalized learning possible. This is because it uses tools like smart school management systems, learning management software, communication tools etc. to help with teaching and learning.  

Personalized learning through Education 4.0 results in faster understanding, more learning of diverse materials that actually interests the students, more specialization, and better recall. It also means that students get a head start on becoming experts in their area of interest.    

Benefits for teaching staff   

Education 4.0, at RCM and RGBS, is a system that benefits multiple stakeholders – especially teaching staff and educators. Educators might feel that the Education 4.0 philosophy of personalized learning just means more work for them, but this is not actually the case.  

Instead, education 4.0 really benefits teachers and educators in educational institutions because they are able to better serve the specific needs of the students.  

The use of tools and technology makes it easier to provide this personalized learning resulting in better student learning outcomes which means better teaching outcomes. It also empowers teachers and educators by giving them tools that make their jobs easier.    

Benefits for management and administrators   

Management and non-academic staff, like administrators, can also benefit through tools like school management systems that make educational institutions run more efficiently by reducing labor and financial burden on overworked administrative staff.    

Education 4.0 allows workers to shed the burden of tiresome, error-prone processes, making the system more efficient, and reducing overheads caused by inefficiencies. As a result, management can ensure more productive workplaces and thus a more productive business model.   

Benefits for students   

The key goal of Education 4.0 at RCM and RGBS is to benefit students and improve student learning outcomes. Students are the ultimate stakeholders and the key beneficiaries in any educational ecosystem.    

Using dynamic teaching material like images and videos keep students interested, make learning materials more accessible by facilitating log in any time and from anywhere to learn at their own pace. Learning becomes personalized by catering to the student’s need and interest and hence more productive.