3 Noteworthy Edtech Trends that Will Disrupt Learning

By Education Technology Insights | Monday, October 12, 2020

Technology-powered education offers an enormous amount of value for today's learners with the content and resources most relevant to their requirements.

FREMONT, CA: For the few decades, the majority of learning models based on traditional classrooms have barely changed, but, edtech is set to revolutionize that, and it could be the biggest and most profitable digitized sector. Education technology is becoming a global phenomenon expected to grow at 17% per year, to $252 billion by the end of 2020.  With such an increased need for edtech in the learning landscape, educators need to know the major trends making waves in the sector. Here are the latest trends in the edtech sector educators should know about.

Data-Driven Institutions

In a customer-centric environment, data and big data are proving to be more essential to organizations across industries. Universities, colleges, and trainers across the world are making significant progress when it comes to leveraging the power of data to help with retention and student success. By using big data, educators can identify areas that are lagging and offer valuable solutions to their students. By making data-driven decisions, learning materials can be tailored to meet the requirements of particular demographics.

Top 10 EdTech Startups - 2019Immersive Learning

Immersive learning provides an enormous level of learning potential, as VR and AR technologies continue to develop. AR and VR technologies help educators to simulate real-life situations or scenarios, offering far more value than traditional classroom models ever could. Although VR and AR-powered learning is a relatively, early adopters experience positive results. Besides the virtual field trip, VR and AR learning has also been used to enhance distance learning outcomes, design-based creativity, and even teach complex concepts with the assistance of VR devices.

Mobile Technology

The approach to education is becoming increasingly mobile. Mobile technology offers instant gratification for classroom-based efforts and extracurricular pursuits. This tech also increases demands on resources and the expectations of digital learners. The integration of mobile technology in learning presents a multitude of opportunities for how and where learners can learn and consume information, thus enabling institutions to know more about user behavior.

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