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The Implications of Gartner’s Top 10 Tech Trends of 2018 for Education – Part 2

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By: Jim Goodell, Liz Glowa and Brandt Redd. In what ways will business tech trends affect education in 2018? In this post, we look at 10 developments likely to have an impact.

The Benefits and the Limitations of Machine Learning in Education

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By: Will McGuinness. The classroom is a complex environment and will always contain an essentially human element that no computer can replace. Here, we look at why this is the challenge at the heart of efforts to engrain machine learning and AI in the classroom.

Education Technology is a Global Opportunity

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By: Emmanuel Nataf. It isn’t exactly going to be smooth sailing from here, but with continued capital inflows and a population that increasingly embraces EdTech, it’s hard not to see the trend ticking up for EdTech both globally and in Asia.

The Implications of Gartner’s Top 10 Tech Trends of 2018 for Education

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By: Jim Goodell, Liz Glowa and Brandt Redd. Education often falls behind the business world in realizing the potential of new technologies. There are, however, a few bright spots where the timing might be right for the tech trends in the business world to have a positive impact in education sooner rather than later.

The Future of Work = Early Learning Today

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By: Isabelle Hau. The ability for children to succeed in learning, especially with the complex skills they will need in 2030 and beyond, is closely linked to their early learning experience. The only way to ensure our children will be prepared for success is to give them a strong start now.

Virtual Reality in the Classroom is Becoming the New Norm

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By: Rae Steinbach. While VR technology still has a ways to go, it already offers the opportunity to cross cultural boundaries, discover new pedagogical approaches, and revolutionize the classroom. Learn more here.

8 Examples of the Future of EdTech, Fresh from FETC

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The enthusiasm and passion of the presenters, vendors, and most importantly, the educators at FETC 2018 made the future of education technology look very bright. In this post, we look at eight vendors that encapsulate the future of EdTech.

The Social Studies’ Dilemma: Integrating Writing Without Losing Focus

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By: Wayne D'Orio. Schools are demanding more writing from students, and lots of that writing is expected to take place in social studies classes. What hasn’t changed is the amount of time social studies teachers have to correct papers.

Preventing Problems with Predictive Analytics

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By: Danielle Myers. By regularly reviewing your facility analytics and constantly identifying new ways to monitor the environment, you will reduce maintenance costs in the long run, while also ensuring a safe space for your faculty to teach and your students to learn.

At FETC, Early Learning is Central to the Future of EdTech

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FETC 2018 has made clear that the clarion call to ensure that today’s students are prepared for a global, digital future has been extended to include our youngest learners.

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