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Do Schools in Developing Countries Still Follow the Education 1.0 Model?

Education 1.0 to 4.0: let’s traverse the path

School without furniture or building in Sindh, Pakistan. Photo from nayadaur.tv

Education 1.0 consisted of a simple knowledge transfer classroom in which teachers passed on information to students.

Rather than one way of knowledge transfer, education 2.0 introduce the discussion method.

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Education 3.0 provided a collaboration space to students and teachers using the internet.

Education 4.0 uses the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 5G as catalysts.

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Afzal Badshah, PhD

Dr Afzal Badshah focuses on academic skills, pedagogy (teaching skills) and life skills.