Education 4.0 Made Simple: Ideas For Teaching

Anealka Aziz Hussin


Almost everyone is talking about the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR). The 4IR wave is so strong that change is inevitable, including within the education setting, making Education 4.0 the famous buzzword among educationists today. What is Education 4.0? Do educators really understand it or they simply follow what others are doing. Education 4.0 is a respond to the needs of IR4.0 where human and technology are aligned to enable new possibilities. The paper explains the nine trends of Education 4.0, preference of the 21st century learners, skills for 21st century teachers, share some ideas on how to implement Education 4.0 trends in the language classrooms and students’ feedback on their experience in learning in the Education 4.0 classroom.


Industrial Revolution 4.0, Education 4.0, Language Teaching And Learning

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