In 2018, organizations and institutions increasingly focused on empowering students to take control of their own personal development, in parallel faculty staff and researchers also sought out ways to enhance their own skills and learning.
While this trend is expected to continue in 2019, and schools and universities will double down on preparing students for the modern workplace, we will see institutions evaluating how they adapt to the changing digital landscape.
In the fast-moving world of EdTech, the race to find, evaluate, and implement solutions that will transform classrooms and help students, teachers, and parents to succeed will accelerate in 2019.
- Personalized and mobile learning
- Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)
- Project-based learning
- Augmented reality, virtual reality, and immersive technology