To paraphrase eminent science fiction writer and thinker, William Gibson, the Future of Learning is already here – it is just not evenly distributed.
How we learn is continually evolving. New, disruptive technologies and the rise of Artificial Intelligence are enabling new and exciting modes of learning.
What will remain core to this Future is the “why” of learning. There will always be a balance between the learner’s intrinsic motivation to learn and the external factors of necessity.
By harnessing the power of the learner’s internal motivation and innate curiosity, we can create a more agile, blended and tech-enabled approach.
This will help us fuse ‘learning to work’ and ‘working to learn’. In ten years, the separation of work and learning examined through today’s lens will be hard to identify.
The Civil Service College plays a key role as the heart of learning for the Singapore Public Service. As it shapes the learning culture of the Public Service, the College is on a mission to create and deliver an innovative, inspiring and impactful learning experience for public officers.
The Learning Innovation Challenge invited innovators to co-create solutions that will help the College redefine the learning experience for public officers and enable them to embrace the Future of Learning.