Art Paper on Relevant Course Concepts for Modern Industries

Relevant Course Concepts for Modern Industries

With the changes in the modern society orchestrated by changes in culture and lifestyles, I consider that there is increased demand for personalized learning and critical thinking skills that are meant to offer a neutral learning environment for cohesion, cooperation, and integration. According to Sayre (2013) developments over the centuries have been influenced by experiences and settings that have triggered the need to learn new experiences, adapt to different environments, and support new systems into place. With these changes in the current society, personalized learning and critical thinking skills remain as some of the some of the critical concepts that I consider necessary for survival in the modern society. Change is continuous and with the ability to learn about the different aspects in today’s culture, people have the option of enhancing if not improving on their skills. On the other hand, critical thinking skills equip individuals with a refined perspective to issues affecting the everyday life.

As part of the upcoming leaders in the future who will be involved in the implementation of changes within the modern society, I envision learning from the other examples in the book on ways of being prepared for different situations and environments. Form this course; I look forward to learning more about changes within culture and society that has influenced growth and diversity in culture. Similarly, I look forward to learning more about different variants of cultural change and societal measures that are maintained over the years. This will help me understand the proponents for change, the impact of these changes in a cultural aspect, and the way variation in cultures increases these variations. Lastly, I look forward to learning more about the change agents within cultures and determining the elements within the culture that prompt the need for implementing changes across humanity.

Reference

Sayre, H. M. (2013). Discovering the Humanities (2nd Ed.). New York: Pearson/Prentice Hall.