Trends We Expect to See in Education This Year

With the coronavirus pandemic currently restricting our movements, the education sector is finally making the technological changes it’s been delaying for some time for fear of shaking the status quo. With physical classes are cancelled, teachers are forced to get comfortable with online classes. Thus, this year we expect to see advances in educational technology (edtech) are finally put into good use by schools and teachers, and the resulting positive impacts for education in general.

EdTech is all the Rage

The edtech world continues to come up with groundbreaking innovations. The mobility of education as we see today is one of the results of the advancement of edtech. The latest invention used in education is extended reality such as augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR), which allows long-distance experiential learning and providing the experience of engaging learning outside of the classroom and learning by doing. Chatbots with artificial intelligence are also useful tools for engaging teaching and learning, which allows students to learn at their own pace.

Individualized Learning

With the increasing use of ed tech, individualized, personalized, or differentiated learning has been made possible. The “one-size-fits-all” approach in education will be rendered obsolete, replaced by accommodation of different learning styles and needs through tailored learning sessions. Edtech also provides solutions for students with disabilities, allowing them to thrive and catch up with their peers. The use of big data can also generate insights that help inform educators in making changes necessary to help students excel.

Increased Access to Education

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