Some educational institutions are trying to chase the trends by adding too many tech tools and over complicating delivery. Instead, we want to help educational institutions get ahead of these changes. You need data to make nimble operating decisions, you need to simple AI tools to help you develop better curriculm and you need connected flexible career services to bring it all together.
There are two approaches to formal education: 1. Career pathway 2. Skills pathway. If you building curriculum based on a Skills pathway, you are probably not teaching in demand skills.
Because no human being every had a career pathway. We have careers that require learning of new skills to get work done. The supply and demand of innovation and changing work patterns and corporate behavior need educators to be nimbler.
This is why our Educators get to leverage the Skills Gap predictive analytics capabilities of pepelwerk. They want to teach in-demand skills that are relevant so their students can get in-demand jobs.
Helping students connect education goals and work goals.
The new generation is all about the “why”. What is these series of interviews with college students about how they see the working world.
Scalable equitable career services improving outcomes for students.
Today, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) released proposed regulations to establish the strongest set of safeguards ever to protect students from unaffordable debt or insufficient earnings from career training programs, along with new measures to increase transparency across all postsecondary programs. Read more here.
As the worlds access to information continues to evolve, so does our appetite for knowledge. People are more interested in learning and developing knowledge rather than participating is systematic institutions.
ed·u·ca·tion [ˌejəˈkāSHən]: the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university:
learn·ing [ˈlərniNG]: the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught:
This is why its more important than ever for Educators to be able to match with Learners when they demand it. We’ve know that people learn at different rates all the time but before pepelwerk, it wasn’t possible to scale customized learning.
Now people can learn and participate in institutional education without it being systematic.
Career exploration before registration improves student satisfaction score.
The American public is survey every year about their satisfaction with public and private education system. Here are the results from two different sources Gallup and OECD.
We think that satisfaction starts with setting expectations. When it comes to choosing learning paths, its important to understand why you are learning. For most people 16 and above a learning goal is almost always associated to a financial goal. Financial goals typically cannot be reached unless you are confident about your realistic job and career opportunities.
Exposing learners to Career Exploration events before they have to choose a learning path has proven to be a great way to improve Student Satisfaction.