Social Bases of Education
Influence of Industrialization on Education
Industrialization is a period of social and economic changes that transforms a human group from an agrarian society into an industrial society.
Changes in education due to industrialization
v Industrialization may increase education by increasing parent’s incomes and children’s access to school.
v Industrialization when locally focused increases the primary education.
v It also brings educational technology into the classroom atmosphere.
v Such as computers in the classrooms, a website for every class, class blogs, wireless classroom, on-line media and interactive white boards are the tools used to enhance the teaching - learning process in the classroom.
v Industrialization enhances educational technology so that the subjects are made easier to learn, improved students in their writing and the teaching is improved with new teaching methods.
v In higher education, high skills are developed in the professional courses because of industrialization.
v It helps to make economic growth.
v More efficient division of labour.
v Use of technology.
v Development of industries.
v It helps to improve the system of transportation and communication.
v Development of missionary action and communication.
Impact of Industrialization on Education
v Establishment of sufficient education institutions.
v Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization.
v Establishment of foreign universities.
v Availability of resource materials.
v Innovation and application of different technologies.
Negative impact of industrialization
v Decline of cottage industries.
v Mass migration from rural areas.
v Depletion of natural resources.