FREE WEBINAR: Living and Learning in 2025

The CoolCatTeacher

I’m totally intrigued to learn what will be said in this free webinar from Intel where Brian David Johnson will explore what culture, living, and learning will look like in 2025. Brian David Johnson, Intel’s futurist, will be talking about the classroom of 2025. The post FREE WEBINAR: Living and Learning in 2025 appeared first on Cool Cat Teacher Blog. Understand the Future of the Classroom, sponsored by Intel On May 20, we will get a glimpse into the future.

A Glimpse of the Future: What the K-12 Classroom Will Look Like in 2025

Ed Tech from the Ground Up

Given that my experience is limited to middle school and high school students through my test-prep company and my critical-reading web app, SmartyReader , I’ll highlight my own insights in hopes of sparking a larger discussion of how the K-12 classroom will look in 2025. The post A Glimpse of the Future: What the K-12 Classroom Will Look Like in 2025 appeared first on Market Brief.

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2025: Imagining the Future of Mobile Apps in Higher Education

EmergingEdTech

Students are Likely to Have an Unprecedented Level of Flexibility and Functionality in the Mobile-Enabled Higher Ed World of Tomorrow The folks at Anagram Interactive have partenered with Radar.io Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!]. Future of Education Technology iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning Resources

College students predicted to fall by more than 15% after the year 2025

The Hechinger Report

Nathan Grawe, an economist at Carleton College in Minnesota, predicts that the college-going population will drop by 15 percent between 2025 and 2029 and continue to decline by another percentage point or two thereafter. News & World Report — is projected to drop by much less during the 2025 to 2029 period (18 years following the birth dearth). The post College students predicted to fall by more than 15% after the year 2025 appeared first on The Hechinger Report.

HP Pledges to Invest in Tech to Enhance Education for 100 Million by 2025

EdTech Magazine

By Phil Goldstein Increasingly, tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, see improving internet access for the underserved as part of their corporate social responsibility. Access Points Classroom Digital Citizenship Digital Content Internet Mobile Broadband Mobility Networking Wireless

Trackside network to bring 5G to UK rail travellers by 2025

FETC Converge

The government has launched a consultation on improving mobile connectivity for rail passengers

What should graduates look like in 10 years?

eSchool News

San Francisco’s Vision 2025 tackles technology and early literacy. It seems an almost unknowable question: What will — or should — high school graduates look like in the year 2025? Beginning with a systematic community-wide visioning process in the 2013-14 school year, San Francisco Unified School District developed its Vision 2025 to take a close look at what will be asked of a 2025 graduate in order to thrive and be successful in San Francisco and beyond.

Report Predicts Growing Demand for Educational Robotics Worldwide

Marketplace K-12

billion by 2025, predicts market research firm HolonIQ. The $1.3 billion international robotics education market is set to grow to $3.1 The post Report Predicts Growing Demand for Educational Robotics Worldwide appeared first on Market Brief. Marketplace K-12 ai Artificial Intelligence Global / International Markets Market Research robotics Social Emotional Learning (SEL) STEAM STEM

Global Artificial Intelligence Boom Predicted in Education, Particularly in China

Marketplace K-12

By 2025, $6 billion will be spent on AI in education, according to the researchers, who identified six areas to watch where the technology could generate value in K-12 and beyond. The post Global Artificial Intelligence Boom Predicted in Education, Particularly in China appeared first on Market Brief. Marketplace K-12 Artificial Intelligence China edtech International / Global Markets Market Research Market Strategy

What e-learning trends will 2020 bring to the table?

eSchool News

It’s not surprising, then, that according to a 2019 study, the online education market is projected to reach $350 billion by 2025. The internet has radically changed the way people obtain information, and part of this digital revolution is the way we teach and learn.

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A New School Makerspace

User Generated Education

I am beyond elated – our PreK-6 elementary school received monies, through our district’s Computer Science Resolution 2025, to create a STEAM (science, technology, arts, math) makerspace. I never thought our Title 1 school would get the opportunity to create such a space. I never thought I would get the opportunity to help create a fully equipped makerspace.

5 Benefits of online learning for educators

Neo LMS

Research and Markets predicted that the online education market will reach $230 billion by 2025 , and it’s possible that COVID-19 will further increase the popularity of online learning. Online learning utilizes technology to connect students and educators.

What the Shifting Data Center Ecosystem Means for Education

EdTech Magazine

Industry experts surveyed for Vertiv’s recent Data Center 2025 report paint an interesting picture of the data center’s future, and the outcome looks promising for IT in the K–12 space. . According to the survey, among participants who have edge sites today or plan to have them in 2025, more than half expect the number of those sites to at least double. . One other data point in the Data Center 2025 survey stood out in its implications for K–12 education.

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Are we turning off millenial employees?

Dangerously Irrelevant

The article cites a corporate-sponsored study where they claim that millennials make up 37% of the current workforce with a projection of 75% of the workforce by 2025. Jen LaMaster said: I’ve been reading this post … from EdTech Magazine about how millennials use technology. Not the usual “how to make a millennial happy” stuff… but data on their use of mobile technology to create, consume, and collect information.

How Technology Supports English Learners in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2025, that percentage is expected to rise to 25 percent , making nearly 1 in 4 public school students an ELL. As the number of English language learners in today’s classrooms continues to grow, educators must consider new ways to facilitate their learning. English language learners, or ELLs, are the fastest-growing group of K–12 students in U.S. public schools.

How Technology Supports English Learners in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2025, that percentage is expected to rise to 25 percent , making nearly 1 in 4 public school students an ELL. As the number of English language learners in today’s classrooms continues to grow, educators must consider new ways to facilitate their learning. English language learners, or ELLs, are the fastest-growing group of K–12 students in U.S. public schools.

How Technology Supports English Learners in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2025, that percentage is expected to rise to 25 percent , making nearly 1 in 4 public school students an ELL. As the number of English language learners in today’s classrooms continues to grow, educators must consider new ways to facilitate their learning. English language learners, or ELLs, are the fastest-growing group of K–12 students in U.S. public schools.

How Technology Supports English Learners in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2025, that percentage is expected to rise to 25 percent , making nearly 1 in 4 public school students an ELL. As the number of English language learners in today’s classrooms continues to grow, educators must consider new ways to facilitate their learning. English language learners, or ELLs, are the fastest-growing group of K–12 students in U.S. public schools.

How Technology Supports English Learners in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2025, that percentage is expected to rise to 25 percent , making nearly 1 in 4 public school students an ELL. As the number of English language learners in today’s classrooms continues to grow, educators must consider new ways to facilitate their learning. English language learners, or ELLs, are the fastest-growing group of K–12 students in U.S. public schools.

AR is here. Is your classroom onboard?

Neo LMS

This growing trend can be witnessed now and will continue in the coming years in education also since all students will have been born with technology in hands by 2025. Augmented Reality (AR) is more and more present in a variety of domains. Education is one of them. And this is not surprising since the current generation of students have lived all their lives surrounded by technology and always in contact with it.

Leveraging Technology Can Help English Language Learners Graduate

EdTech Magazine

In fact, they are the fastest-growing student population, according to the National Education Association , and by 2025, are expected to make up an estimated 25 percent of public school students. Educators are always looking for ways to meet the needs of English language learners in their school district. After all, the number of ELLs entering U.S. public schools continues to rise.

Leveraging Technology Can Help English Language Learners Graduate

EdTech Magazine

In fact, they are the fastest-growing student population, according to the National Education Association , and by 2025, are expected to make up an estimated 25 percent of public school students. Educators are always looking for ways to meet the needs of English language learners in their school district. After all, the number of ELLs entering U.S. public schools continues to rise.

Leveraging Technology Can Help English Language Learners Graduate

EdTech Magazine

In fact, they are the fastest-growing student population, according to the National Education Association , and by 2025, are expected to make up an estimated 25 percent of public school students. Educators are always looking for ways to meet the needs of English language learners in their school district. After all, the number of ELLs entering U.S. public schools continues to rise.

Leveraging Technology Can Help English Language Learners Graduate

EdTech Magazine

In fact, they are the fastest-growing student population, according to the National Education Association , and by 2025, are expected to make up an estimated 25 percent of public school students. Educators are always looking for ways to meet the needs of English language learners in their school district. After all, the number of ELLs entering U.S. public schools continues to rise.

CSU and California Community Colleges Partner on a Tool To Find Transferable Online Courses

Edsurge

is a part of CSU’s Graduation Initiative 2025 , which launched in 2016 and aims to increase the four-year freshmen graduation rate in the system from 23 percent (2017) to 40 percent by 2025, and to increase transfer four-year graduation rates from 75 percent (2017) to 85 percent in 2025. Two of the largest higher-education systems in the country are partnering to pilot an online course finder tool to increase students’ access to 10,000 online and transferable courses.

6 Ways in which edtech shapes teacher training programs

Neo LMS

The global edtech market will see a rise in global spending of $342b by 2025. For teachers, that means edtech is here to stay, as more and more schools and universities are moving towards partial or complete digitization. However, things are not as rosy as they seem. The edtech industry as a whole has a problem: the successful adoption of technology in the classroom. When we talk about integrating technology, there’s often the question of training current educators how to use it.

Education technology and the future of Higher Ed leadership

Neo LMS

According to Forbes, the worldwide e-learning market is projected to be a massive $325 billion by 2025. Education is a constantly evolving sphere, but the introduction and integration of technology have changed it forever. Learning” now takes on a different meaning, with technology redefining who can learn, who can teach, and how each can do it differently.

HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods

Neo LMS

According to UNESCO, global demand for higher education is expected to grow from 100 million students currently to 250+ million by 2025. In the last on our series about the challenges in higher education, we will examine how universities and colleges are managing the fast pace of change in teaching methods and curricula. Naturally, technology plays a central role in scaling quality education supply to meet this demand.

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Urban Adult Literacy Collaboration in Nashville: Building Networks for Frontline Talent Development

Digital Promise

The AECI’s mission is clear: to “triple the number of adults achieving their educational goals by 2025 and create a network able to better serve more people.” In early 2020, Nashville boasted unprecedented job growth and low unemployment—good news for residents of Tennessee’s largest city. Fueled by an influx of new immigrants, the emerging technology industry, and upskilling opportunities from local educational institutions, Nashville’s economy was booming.

After the Pandemic, Higher Education Can’t Afford to Go Back to ‘Normal’

Edsurge

To further complicate matters, statisticians have long warned of the pending “ 2025 cliff ,” which represents the abrupt reduction of potential first-time, full-time freshmen projected to arrive in 2025 to 2026 due to the drop in birth rates between the years 2008 and 2011.

Make mergers of colleges strategic and mainstream, not desperate and a last resort

The Christensen Institute

Right now there are a limited number of valuable institutions that could be bought, but by 2025—just before the demographic cliff in higher education about which Nathan Grawe has written —proactive institutions will have acquired most of them. According to a new book, Strategic Mergers in Higher Education , it’s well past time for college leaders to view mergers as “a tactic to be considered proactively, deliberatively, and without fear.”. The book’s authors, Ricardo Azziz, Guilbert C.

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Survey: Education Among Top Industries for AR/VR Investments

EdTech Magazine

The vast majority — 86 percent — of respondents to the 2019 Augmented and Virtual Reality Survey Report agreed that by 2025, XR technologies will be as ubiquitous as mobile devices. Survey: Education Among Top Industries for AR/VR Investments. phil.goldstein_6191. Thu, 08/08/2019 - 13:09. Students can read about dinosaurs, or they can go to the park around the corner and roam the land alongside the ancient beasts.

The Irreplaceables: What AR and AI Mean for the Future of Teaching #iste18

The CoolCatTeacher

Virtual ordering is now part of every modern restaurant — except for those “throwback” restaurants full of nostalgia for the time before 2025 when AI/AR truly transformed the world in which we live. A look into the future From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Augmented reality and artificial intelligence are on the horizon. What do they mean for education and teachers?

Innovators Creating Prosperity: LULA

The Christensen Institute

By 2025, that number of African cities with more than one million residents is projected to climb to roughly 100. Welcome to our Innovators Creating Prosperity series, spotlighting organizations across the globe that are positively impacting economic development. Sub-Saharan Africa, in particular, is believed to be the fastest urbanizing region in the world, with its total urban population expected to double before 2050.

Innovators Creating Prosperity: Babban Gona

The Christensen Institute

Through some of these partnerships, we have been able to raise a combination of equity, debt, and grant funding from key development institutions and international foundations to scale our business model and help us achieve our target of reaching one million smallholder farmers by 2025. Welcome to our Innovators Creating Prosperity series, spotlighting organizations across the globe that are positively impacting economic development.