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Just as the millennial now checks anything and everything online and then quickly swipes to the left, right or up or down, so too will the learner and employee. This is the backbone of the fluidity principle.
Going back a century, we can see that learning was in fact all about building a workforce that would do as they were told. The manufacturing industry was starting to take off and people no longer wanted animals to do the work, they just weren’t intelligent enough, so they decided that humans should take over because humans could do a variety of tasks that an animal couldn’t. Makes sense. The education system was also set up to make sure we all did the same tasks and did them the ‘right’ way. Anyone who couldn’t do things the ‘right’ way were expelled from the system and were left to a…
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