Change in Higher Education – View of Experts, Teachers and Students

Dr.Sc. Johann Günther

Abstract


Our society is more mobile. This influences also our education system. It brings more international communication and cooperation. Teachers and students must change their behavior. The speed of this change is different by area. Asia has a high change rate and United States and Europe has a too slow process for adaptation.

The future of education is shown in this paper from 3 perspectives:

-        Teachers

-        Experts

-        Students


Keywords


teachers; experts; students; communication; cooperation; globalization;

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DOI: 10.21113/iir.v7i1.295

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