In order to ensure that individuals are prepares to thrive in a digital economy, we must ensure that we can enhance their existing digital skillset and competencies list. in order to do this successfully, we must first diagnostically assess existing gaps in digital competencies, and then build personalised learning journeys which aim to further these skills. This re-imagined digital environment is dynamic, fluid and will serve curriculum content based solely on what’s needed.

Further, this environment places the learner at the centre of the learning ecosystem, so that the learner becomes an architect of their own learning experience. This constructive learning ensures knowledge building rather than simply knowledge acquisition.

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