Proceedings of the International Conference On Social Studies, Globalisation And Technology (ICSSGT 2019)

Mapping Competencies of Educational Lecturers in Industrial Revolution Era 4.0

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Junaidi H. Matsum
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Junaidi H. Matsum
Available Online 4 August 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200803.026How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Competency, Lecturer, Industrial Revolution 4.0
Abstract
This review articles employed the method of comprehensive summary and perspective onthestate of the field, in this case, education allecture competencies. The results of this discussion depict that higher education should beaimedat having graduated with the competence to apply science and technology that are ableto competeat regional, national and international levels by prioritizing devotion, independence, and intelligence. One of the things that can bed one to deal with ther evolution era 4.0 isto improve the competencies of lecturersand students. Lecturer competencies include strong core competencies, softskills, critical thinking, creative, communicative, and able to collaborate well with students; in addition, educational competenceis also a demand, including competence in research, competence for digital business, competence in globalization, and competence in future strategies. Lecturers can adjust their abilities with the development of science and technology. The digital tool can make it easier to communicate and carry out instructional activities. The courses should integrate the use and position of digital technology in the learning system.
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