In the industrial setting, Industry 4.0 is a term that analysts use to describe the automation and data exchange that are used in manufacturing technologies, and this involves modern concepts like the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and other innovations. Cumulatively, these technologies are changing the face of manufacturing.

Much like a manufacturing firm needs a flexible production line in order to adapt to changes in demand and customer preferences, education must also be tailor-made in a way that truly prepares students for success. In order to effectively implement Education 4.0, these five myths will have to be debunked:

Myth #1:...

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  • About the Author:

    Ido Yerushalmi has been the chief executive officer of Intelitek Inc. since 2014. Based in Intelitek’s New Hampshire headquarters, Yerushalmi is leading Intelitek through the changes in the education market, addressing advanced vocational and career training worldwide while developing STEM programs for middle and high school.