How to Prepare our Learners for a Job in the Future

What people worries more, is on how to get a job in the future. We all know that we are now on a technology based learning and teaching. In this article, we will try our best to make you realize what we believed in based on our research.

As every generation passes, we have observed that most of the module and strategies we used were almost the same – though we used mobile, sort of technology yet as a result, we are still struggling to cope with the demand especially getting jobs.

The demand here is the competition between humans and machines/technology. There are things that machine is better than human “e.g the creation of robots” robots cannot be tired, “calculation is easy and fast”. These are the things that we need to overcome when getting a job in the future. This demand is quite high for humans.

On the other hand, these machines won’t be a master of feelings and emotions. Unfortunately, the future jobs won’t depend to much on feelings and emotions. Well, the best thing we can do is to prepare ourselves with these kind of jobs.

How to prepare for a job in the future?


For teachers, we believe that our old techniques and strategies of teaching should let go and adapt the more creative and more innovative ways of teaching. Although we have had started it already, but we need more.

On this research, we found new technique that might work better than the other techniques. The new found technique to cope with the demand is to highlight the work of imaginations.

Imagination is the action of forming new ideas or concepts, the ability of the mind to be creative or resourceful and it is the part of the mind that imagines things.

We should teach our learners to imagine things, we should not limit their knowledge based on the module we follow at school.

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