Learning and change 2

This is the second task for this subject. So, you should you take a look at the Task 2 description in (Subject outline file) well,
Then write an essay within 3000 words
The references should be from readings in attachments.
Also, you will find my previous task in attachments.
My future career is Teacher.

Task is:
Re-imagining new futures for my professional practice

The various forces for change discussed during this subject have the potential to disrupt the status quo in both revolutionary and evolutionary ways that may remake or reshape your professional practice. Further, our current assumptions about learning and education in workplaces and society may require fundamental review and continue to be challenged by new advances that can barely be imagined today.

This final essay is your opportunity to demonstrate your capacity to act as a creative change architect in identifying the collective impact of these major change forces for your professional practice and your workplace context.

You can build upon your learning from the group Assessment 1 or/and integrate other forces and issues for change that are particularly relevant for your professional practice or interesting for you to research.
Re-imagine how learning in your workplace context could operate in about five years’ time. Discuss the assumptions, expectations, challenges and implications of facilitating learning in significantly different ways and the interactions that could occur among different roles within organisations or across organisations or across networks.

Discuss what such changes might mean for practitioners like yourself who facilitate learning (e.g. could your roles become extinct or abolished and if so, why; if not, why not?) and for leaders of organisations in using learning to achieve enterprise/community success and outcomes.
Given the big picture and integrative nature of this final essay, you are encouraged to sketch and discuss your intended scope and positioning of your paper with your lecturer in advance, so that you retain the necessary ‘big picture’ orientation, but can articulate a series of arguments that are cohesively presented and include the major points you want to make.