Our group mentoring programme consists of:
Horizon Inner Circle
Visionary Leaders and Executives Network
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In the era of disruptive innovation, education is undergoing significant changes, with new technologies and approaches constantly emerging. As a result, navigating the educational landscape can be challenging, particularly for edupreneurs and educational institutions. An education mentor can provide valuable guidance and support in this rapidly changing environment.
Here are some reasons why you might need education mentors in the era of disruptive innovation:
Keeping up with changes: Education mentors stay up-to-date with the latest trends and innovations in education. They can help edupreneurs and institutions understand the implications of new developments and provide guidance on how to integrate them into their learning and teaching strategies.
Personalized advice: Education mentors can offer tailored advice to individuals or institutions based on their unique needs and goals. This can be especially valuable in a rapidly changing environment where one-size-fits-all solutions may not be effective.
Access to networks: Education mentors often have extensive networks within the education industry, including connections to educational institutions, experts, and thought leaders. These networks can provide valuable opportunities for collaboration, partnerships, and access to resources.
Strategic planning: Education mentors can assist institutions with strategic planning and implementation, helping them to develop and execute plans for adapting to disruptive innovation in education.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been considered by many as disruptive. Nonetheless, MOOCS have both advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include: accessible courses online across the globe, and some courses are free.
Some of the disadvantages of MOOCs are : For the students, MOOCS cannot provide personalised learning needs, and MOOCs cannot be used as credit-earning courses at higher education institutions. For educators or edupreneurs, since MOOCS are automated, MOOCs ease them from burning out but if the students do not receive personalised learning needs and management, students will withdraw from the courses. Like wise, since MOOCs cannot be used as a credit earning course at higher education institutions, edupreneurs will find their revenues decline.
How can edupreneurs and education institutions adopt innovative MOOCs for their institutions, and differ from their competitors?
This in ONE important topic that will be explained in the mentoring programme. For further information on our mentoring programme, contact +64 21 197 3519