Preparing learners for digital disruption

Limit gadget use: We have to bring the digital natives of today back into the learning sphere before they head on a journey to nowhere. -

WITH 21st century technological advancements accelerating at a rapid pace, the impact has been felt not only by businesses, but also by education institutions.

For these institutions, it means adapting to the digital learning styles of Gen Z and digital natives.

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