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From Education 1.0 to 3.0

The educational development, according to James Lengel, is related to the development of society. After the industrial revolution, people were required to work individually, mechanically with high demand of discipline. To train students to meet the needs at the workplace, students at schools were trained to work individually with the same mechanical tools. They were arranged in classes by ages, and trained to be highly disciplined. These are some features of Education 2.0 (Lengel, 2012). Lengel believes the first step to move to Education 3.0 is to “recognise the need for change” (Lengel, 2012).  More information can be retrieved from:

Features of Education 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 are summarized in the Paradigm Model by John Maravec in“Moving Beyond Education 2.0” (Education features, 2008)