Future of Education Tech

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Press Search: Future Of Education

We have researched various reports discussing the future of education technology. Each of the ten reports have been summarized and include an assessment of their quality. High quality results include sources from leading news industry, news portals, and research organizations. We have rated as medium quality reports ones that include sources from school and university articles, and public and private institutions. Finally, low quality reports are sources from blogs and personal opinions and viewpoints. The ten reports are:
  • The Future of Learning? Well, It's Personal
  • How Will Blockchain Transform the Education System?
  • The Future of Education Needs Mixed Reality
  • Tech Lover or Tech Slave? Wearables Are Set to Revolutionise Education, But Reaping the Benefits Depends on Smart Use
  • 3D Printing in Teaching and Education: A Review of Where and How It Is Used
  • The Future of College Education: Students for Life, Computer Advisers and Campuses Everywhere
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education
  • Are Robots the Future of Education?
  • Smart Education, Goodbye to Classroom Teaching
  • Mobile Learning Apps: The Future of Education?

The Future of Learning? Well, It's Personal

This article gives consideration to the idea of personalized learning. Personalized learning allows each student to use software to proceed through a pre-determined body of knowledge, most often math, at his or her own pace. This is a whole new way of schooling, where students set their own goals. Two students work independently as well as together on projects that match their interests. Adults will facilitate and invest in getting to know each student one-on-one, assessing both their strengths and their challenges.

This report is of high quality because, according to research, NPR ranks #1 in being "credible" and "honest" among major United States news brands, and is rising above the major television and cable news networks and media outlets including The New York Times, MSNBC, and Fox News in both categ

How Will Blockchain Transform the Education System?

The potential uses for blockchain technology in the education sector is the focus of this report. By looking to other industries that currently use blockchain technology, we can start to make predictions about how these networks could be used in an educational setting. The most exciting are Test Prep and Learning, Library and Information Services, and Transportation.

We feel this report is of high quality because Dataconomy is the leading portal for news, events and expert opinion from the world of data-driven technology.

The Future of Education Needs Mixed Reality

This report consideres mixed reality, which encompasses both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies. This technology may fundamentally change the way that educators can approach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in classrooms all across the globe.

The author of this report is Andew B Raupp, founder of STEM.org. This organization is considered to be the longest continually operating, privately held STEM organization in America. It serves several schools and even the top brands in the world; over 25 countries.

Tech Lover or Tech Slave?

This report explores the benefits of wearable technology in the world of teaching and learning. Wearables are fast becoming ingrained in education in some parts of the world. Wearables can accelerate the learning process and make teaching more focused, efficient, and effective.

The report is of high quality because the author, Luisa Tam, is a senior editor at the South China Morning Post. For over 100 years, South China Morning Post have built up the trust of its readers in Hong Kong.

3D Printing in Teaching and Education: A Review of Where and How It Is Used

Six categories of 3D printing application in schools , universities, libraries and special education settings are investigated in this article. The categories include: 1) to teach students about 3D printing; 2) to teach educators about 3D printing; 3) as a support technology during teaching; 4) to produce artifacts that aid learning; 5) to create assistive technologies; and 6) to support outreach activities.

This report is of high quality due to the fact that it originates with Research Gate, the professional network for scientists and researchers. They have over 15 million members from all over the world who use it to share, discover, and discuss research.

The Future of College Education: Students for Life, Computer Advisers and Campuses Everywhere

This article considers the compelling ideas of the Georgia Tech Commission of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Their ideas for the future of college education include: 1) Students for Life - The university will turn itself into a venue for lifelong learning that allows students to “associate rather than enroll.” 2) Computer Advisers - If education never ends, neither should the critical advising function that colleges provide to students. 3) Campuses Everywhere - Colleges and universities operate campuses and require students to come to them.

This Washington Post is a major American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. and as such provides credibility to this report and allows us to give it a high quality rating.

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education

The article discusses the benefits of artificial intelligence in the future of education. It also covers how AI affects students future career choices, and how can the knowledge acquired at the university help them adapt to the needs of a fast-changing world.

We feel this article is of medium quality because it comes from University of New York in Prague (UNYP). UNYP is committed to providing transformative education allowing students to discover their potential and become reflective, responsible, tolerant and resourceful individuals equipped with the skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of an interconnected world.

Are Robots the Future of Education?

This report considers how robots can and do benefit the education of current and future generations. Robotics are already in healthcare and manufacturing, and many are interested to see how they can help in education.

This article is of medium quality because it comes from AbilityNet, an institution that exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education.

Smart Education, Goodbye to Classroom Teaching

This report talks about the smart education model. There is a focus on openness in the business world, the use of social media and new technologies, and the use of new media, especially audio-visual tools."

This article is considered low quality because it is a blog from Morning Future. Morning Future is governed by the Adecco Group in Italy to share interpretation keys and to open the doors to the future of an evolving society, with its contrasts and its breakthroughs.

Mobile Learning Apps: The Future of Education?

The benefits of mobile learning apps to users, teachers, and parents are discussed in this report. Learning apps have improved self-learning, as they are convenient, easy to download, and provide a range of different learning styles, in and out of the classroom.

This article is of low quality due to its personal viewpoints rather than staying objective. The writer, Roger Moore, graduated in economics from Warwick University and first had a career in teaching, progressing to head of business studies in a large comprehensive school. His long and varied marketing career included working for the world’s largest PR agency.


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Press Search: Future Of Education Part 2

Using credible sources, we have identified ten reports from high quality/reputable institutions discussing the future of education technology. The prominent institutions involved in the crafting of the reports include the Boston Consulting Group, the World Government Summit, Save the Children, the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution for the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity, the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, and American University’s School of Education program among others.

REPORTS FROM HIGH QUALITY/REPUTABLE INSTITUTIONS DISCUSSING THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

REPORT ONE

NAME OF REPORT: "The Future of Education: How Governments Can Help Close the 21st Century Gap."

CONTENT: This particular report evaluates ways to leverage technology during the education process to facilitate prosperity in the 21st century. It also examines what technology education should resemble for students to drive stimulate growth. Additionally, it reviews ways the government can assist in assuring that students are able to succeed in a modern-day labor market. In the report, there are data points on the difficulty the education curriculum faced to keep up with high-powered innovation, as well as the technology of the modern labor market.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: We consider this to be a high-quality report due to the collaborative effort of the two institutions involved, which include the World Government Summit and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The World Government Summit operates as a global institution that directs conferences for more than 4,000 attendees. They invite experts, representatives of international organizations, world leaders, and thinkers from over 150 various governments. Meanwhile, the BCG serves as a global management consulting firm. The organization has offices in over 90 cities in 50 different nations, employs more than 16,000 individuals, has 900 partners, and generates $6.3 billion in revenue. Moreover, they have 20,000 alumni and provides services to clients that are amongst the 500 biggest corporations.

REPORT TWO

NAME OF REPORT: "The Future of Learning and Technology in Deprived Contexts."

CONTENT: The report discusses "the use of ICTs in primary school learning in 2020 and 2025, especially in deprived contexts." Also, it concentrates on ICT application in deprived areas and the future of fundamental education.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This is a high-quality report because it presents evidence (research) from the following:

  • Author's experiences and the literature of ICT applications in education initiatives

Save the Children consists of 28 member organizations and Save the Children International collaborating to produce reform for boys and girls in about 120 nations by using its five regional offices and small center.

REPORT THREE

NAME OF REPORT: "Innovation and Technology to Accelerate Progress in Education."

CONTENT: It addresses the significant gaps in education, as well as the need for unique technology to assist kids in middle and low-income nations to maintain the speed of rapid alterations in the world of work, intricate global challenges, advances in technology to be capable of succeeding in the future.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: The report is high-quality due to its methodology of examining the modern landscape of innovations in education. It administered a scan and assembled a catalog of tools, schools, and programs being implemented around the world to reach goals. Moreover, researchers working for the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution for the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity prepared the report.

REPORT FOUR

NAME OF REPORT: "Research report: UK The road to digital learning."

CONTENT: In terms of digitalization, the report provides information on the priorities, challenges, and opportunities for educational establishments. Its main focus is the United Kingdom.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: We consider this to be a high-quality report due to its use of interviews with more than 600 IT leaders in universities, schools, colleges from seven nations. Furthermore, it was crafted by two top brands, Fujitsu and Intel.

REPORT FIVE

NAME OF REPORT: "Educ-AI-tion Rebooted? Exploring the future of artificial intelligence in schools and colleges."

CONTENT: The report provides an overview of the potential and advancement of artificial intelligence mechanisms in colleges and schools. It also describes the necessary procedures to lessen the risk and maximize the advantages of AIEd.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This is a high-quality report because it utilizes credible references for its information, which originates for various sources including:


Additionally, the was published by Nesta, which is a global innovation foundation in the United Kingdom. It is registered in Scotland with charity no. SC042833 and in Wales and England with no. 1144091.

REPORT SIX

NAME OF REPORT: "The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Learning, Teaching, and Education."

CONTENT: In this report, details on the future and present improvements in artificial intelligence are provided, as well as its effect on both society and the economy. The report also discusses artificial intelligence's impact on education, learning, and teaching in the future.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This is a high-quality report because it utilizes credible references for its information, which originates from reputable sources including:


Moreover, the report was published by the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, which operates as an institution of the European Union. It is accountable for managing the EU's daily business, implementing decisions, proposing legislation, and upholding treaties from the EU.

REPORT SEVEN


CONTENT: This particular report has an infographic format. It contains details on ways the tech sector aids education through the development of efficient products for education technology. Also, the report explains the trends in technology that enhances education, along with how embracing technology has influenced educational institutions.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This report is high-quality since it was crafted by the School of Education program from American University. American University's School of Education plays a vital role in global education and enrolls a distinct student body throughout the world (130 countries) and the United States. Moreover, the report presents both quantitative and qualitative data provided by trustworthy sources such as:

REPORT EIGHT

NAME OF REPORT: "Cyberlearning Community Report: The State of Cyberlearning and the Future of Learning With Technology."

CONTENT: The report presents multiple examples of research methods and designs integrating the most recent innovations in computer science and learning science. It is probable that methods and designs could propel future technology products created for schools.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This is a high-quality report since it provides samples of cyberlearning research projects conducted by 22 different members of the cyberlearning community in the United States. The organizer of the article is the Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning, which is a community striving to facilitate collaboration, broker connections, amplify research impact, and expand participation among cyberlearning researchers. The Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning is backed by the National Science Foundation.

REPORT NINE

NAME OF REPORT: "The Future of Learning: How Colleges Can Transform the Educational Experience."

CONTENT: The report is 55 pages in length and contains insights into technological innovations and strategies in learning and teaching. It addresses various topics including:


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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: This report is high-quality because it was published by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The Chronicle of Higher Education serves as a website and newspaper that provides information, news, and jobs for university and college student affairs professionals and faculty. It has over 2 million monthly website visitors. Additionally, 1,650 organizations nationally offer their publications to students and employees.

REPORT TEN

NAME OF REPORT: "NMC Horizon Report > 2017 Higher Education Edition."

CONTENT: The report presents six critical developments, six significant challenges, and six fundamental trends in educational technology that are anticipated to influence the core missions of universities and colleges.

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QUALITY ASSESSMENT: We consider this to be a high-quality report as it involves a collaboration between the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) and the New Media Consortium (NMC). Both institutions are active in partnering with governments, colleges, corporations, universities, foundations, and not for profit organizations to promote higher education by applying information technology. The subjects discussed in the report are chosen by a panel of experts consisting of individuals from the government, organizations, and academic environments around the world. It also contains references from government bodies, university publications, Tech Crunch, online magazine and news sites, and Science Direct.

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