Why does vocational education need an agile approach?

In order to prepare apprentices for the world of work 4.0, companies have to implement an agile pedagogical approach, says business coach Andreas Schneider of White Table Solution. The way in which Design Thinking can help training staff and trainees to let go of traditional forms of learning and thinking will be discussed in the second part of his interview with Dr. Peter Littig from Learning Insights.

Learn more about White Table Solution (German only): http://www.white-table-solution.de/

In discussion with Andreas Schneider:
Part 1: How to manage the transition to the world of work 4.0?
Part 3: Success factors for the transformation of didactic approaches in vocational education
Part 4: How vocational education has to change in the digital age

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Peter Littig
About The Author
- Dr. Peter Littig, born 1948, is a mathematician, physicist and educational scientist. He used to teach at public and private schools and has been working in adult education since 1984. He was trainer, consultant and head of department at Control Data Institut. From 1995 on, he was head of education at DEKRA Akademie GmbH. He is now retired, but still serves as advisor on educational policy to the board of directors.He has published numerous papers and books on further education, human resource development and digitization in learning and training.

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