Education Secretary Michael Gove has unveiled a list of recommendations to ensure the future of children in primary and secondary schools in England.
He said teachers would be “replaced” by computer-based systems and the education secretary has told the BBC that he will consult the Education and Carers Alliance (ECA) about how schools will deal with “the digital future”.
Mr Gove told the ECA that he wanted to ensure that “teachers have a choice” and that “children have access to a range of skills”.
He added that there would be no change to the current “pupil pay system” in the UK because that would not “encourage the creation of a digital divide” and children would still get “equal opportunity”.
“We want to keep the system we have now in place,” he said.
“What I am proposing to do is replace teacher with computer and we will replace pupil pay with a student pay system, but that’s not going to be a teacher-pupile.”
What does the Digital Divide mean for schools?
The Digital Divide is the idea that “digital” education is not just an old-fashioned way of delivering learning, but is a way of “learning more”.
“What we are seeing in this country is a great transformation of our educational system and of our education system in general,” Mr Gove said.
“There is a new era of digital learning.
It is not a static system.
There is no fixed curriculum, there is no traditional curriculum.
It’s the digital age.
It means that children can learn more and more.”
This is a change that is occurring rapidly across the world and I think we need to be very, very clear about that.
“There are many different schools, many different teaching styles, many schools that are able to make the transition, and it is the responsibility of the schools to make sure that children are getting the best possible education.”
And we need a system that encourages children to learn more.
We need a new, more agile approach to teaching, a new approach to learning.
“He added: “The Digital Age means that teachers have more opportunities to engage with students.
“The ECA is set up by the Department for Education (DfE), the UK’s Department for Communities and Local Government, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, and the Association for Teacher Education and Research (ATEL).
The coalition government has committed to introducing “the most ambitious curriculum and assessment system in the world”.
In a statement on Thursday, the Department of Education said the Digital Education Strategy “sets out the next steps to transform the teaching profession and support the transition to a digital future.””
This new Digital Strategy is aimed at providing the skills needed to support our students in the digital future, while also strengthening our education infrastructure and promoting local, national and international competitiveness.
“In a blog post on Thursday afternoon, Mr Goves said the aim was to “take the teaching and learning in schools to the next level”.
The minister said the Government was “deeply committed to a more dynamic, innovative and collaborative teaching sector, and I will be working with the ATEL and the ECE to ensure our schools have the right skills and support for our students.””
We are investing £2bn to invest in the next generation of digital skills, and will be continuing to work with the Department and the ATE to ensure schools have access and the support they need to support and support their teachers.
“What are the main recommendations?
The ECE said there would need to “be an alignment between teachers’ and pupils’ ability to learn”.”
Pupils should be taught to work collaboratively to get through their day, and teachers should have the ability to work from home.””
Teachers should be given a flexible schedule and the right to work across the school day and into the evening, and should be expected to work as part of a team.”
Pupils should be taught to work collaboratively to get through their day, and teachers should have the ability to work from home.
“In addition, teachers should not be required to take any pay cut.”
Finally, the teaching workforce should be made accountable for delivering a good school, a strong learning environment and a safe and secure environment for all students.
“The Digital Education Strategic Plan 2020 states that schools would have to “make the most of the digital skills and technology” they have to offer.”
We will support schools to meet the needs of the Digital Age, while ensuring the teachers who provide our services are able and willing to do the job,” it added.
Teachers will also be “required to take the best care of pupils”.”
The best way to ensure all our children have a safe, secure learning environment is to ensure they have access, as soon as possible, to the best learning environments available,” it concluded.”
As we build upon the digital curriculum, we will work with schools to support them to take