Regent Group: Leading the Fourth Education Revolution
The Education Secretary’s recent affirmation aligns with our vision at Regent Group – we’re at the forefront of a pivotal shift in educational technology, as highlighted in Gillian Keegan’s speech at BETT on 24 January. For years, Regent Group has been a trailblazer in technology-based learning, including setting up central London’s first VR classroom. Our ambition is to establish Regent Group as a premier global education provider, harnessing the potential of the metaverse and Web 3.0.
The enthusiasm shown by schools and the Department for Education towards AI’s role in education reinforces our belief in the transformative power of technology. The evolution from the Third Education Revolution of the 17th century to what Sir Anthony Seldon calls the Fourth Education Revolution is underway.
Technology’s growth, alongside novel learning methods, opens exciting possibilities. As Satya Nadella of Microsoft asserts, those who continuously learn will surpass those who already know. Therefore, our focus is on nurturing ingenuity, adaptability, and self-motivation in students, creating lifelong learners.
In the era of advancing AI, it’s crucial to maximize human potential – a balance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Intelligence (NI). At Regent Group, we firmly believe that character is the ultimate differentiator in success. By embedding character-building in our education, we aim to empower the next generation with the confidence and freedom to follow their aspirations, excel in their endeavours, and become outstanding contributors to society.
Through education, we’re not just changing lives; we’re shaping a better world.
Dr. Selva Pankaj