Adapting education to industry 4.0: a comparative study

Adaptando la educación a la industria 4.0: un estudio comparativo

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https://doi.org/10.17081/eduhum.24.43.5590

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Industry 4.0, education, comparative study

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Objective: this study conducts a comparison among three countries (i.e., Colombia, Germany, and South Korea) on the adaptation process of their educational systems within the framework of Industry 4.0. Method: a comparative study of multiple cases to analyze the differences between these countries, which are considered as ideal types of events in central and peripheral countries to understand the differences and similarities among their educational strategies. Analysis is based on secondary sources of information that enable comparability among the three countries. In addition, a documentary analysis intends to shed light on the educational systems and strategies proposed for each country. Results: evidence is obtained of various educational policies implemented in the three countries, which leads to doubts about the capacity of peripheral regions to remain up to date in this area. Discussion and Conclusions: many aspects, such as the level of economic development and central or peripheral position, directly influence the type of strategy applied by each country and its success rate.

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2022-08-25

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Giraldo-Martínez, E. ., Atienza-Ubeda, M., Gómez-Sánchez, D. ., Jiménez-Medina, E., & Rojas-Arenas, I. D. (2022). Adapting education to industry 4.0: a comparative study: Adaptando la educación a la industria 4.0: un estudio comparativo. Educación Y Humanismo, 24(43). https://doi.org/10.17081/eduhum.24.43.5590