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Philippine Higher Education Vis-À-Vis Education 4.0: A Scoping Review

Volume 3 - Issue 3, March 2019 Edition
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Hamdoni K. Pangandaman, Nassefah D. Ali, Joy Hope C. Lambayong, Mona Liza G. Ergas
Philippines, Higher Education, Education 4.0.
Education 4.0. is paralleled with the birth of industry 4.0. The latter demands more to former to sustain its revolution. Breakthroughs in technology that are variably absorbed in the Philippines in becoming an industry 4.0 posed great challenge in the current education system to produce a different Filipino in modern world. This study is a scoping review centers on yielding insights about the status of Philippine higher education in transforming to education 4.0 in the context of research, advancement in technology, and the facilities. It also addresses the education 4.0 of ASEAN countries. The searched literature from ten academic databases were critically assessed based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. Research capacity and development made other countries to advance and in bridging the gap between industry 4.0 and education 4.0. Variance of technological advancements as well as the preparedness and availability of modern educational facilities determine the status of Philippine higher education in relation to education 4.0. In position to this, Philippine education system must plan yesterday in preparation for the modern world and ensures that the demands of industry 4.0 are well taken not only locally but globally
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