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.

DigiExam and the Future of Assessment

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Some point to the essential reductionism of the examination process , questioning the validity of the way that student learning is assessed. Others express concerns that traditional forms of assessment are measuring forms of intelligence and/or competencies that are no longer relevant.

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Digiexam and the future of assessment

EdNews Daily

Some point to the essential reductionism of the examination process , questioning the validity of the way that student learning is assessed. Others express concerns that traditional forms of assessment are measuring forms of intelligence and/or competencies that are no longer relevant.

Marten Roorda Out as ACT CEO


That means going beyond high-stakes assessment to providing services to support social-emotional wellbeing and career-navigation skills. The group also invested in startups building assessment and adaptive learning technologies, and invested $10.5

Education technology and the future of Higher Ed leadership


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.

6 Ways in which edtech shapes teacher training programs


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.

How the LMS Market Can Transform Teaching and Learning to Benefit All Stakeholders

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

According to a report submitted to the 2025 Global Analysis and Forecasts at the start of this year, the Learning Management System (LMS) Market is expected to grow in the US from $5.05 billion in 2025.

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What Computer Science Education Looks Like in the Nation’s Largest School District


million students with at least one unit of computer science by 2025, the department is ramping up teacher training—offering current public school teachers per diem or per session to participate. To support its goal of preparing more than 4,000 educators to teach computer science by 2025, Marcus’s department has partnered with programs like Code.org and Sunset Spark.

Creating Tomorrow’s Innovators

Tomorrow's Learners

“Eighty percent of jobs that will exist in 2025 don’t exist today; we have to prepare our students and graduates for a world that’s essentially not possible to prepare them for” . This begs the question – does assessment kill innovation?

When Less Is More: Designing for Education’s Data Overload


Interventions and assessments have moved to the cloud. In Shelby County Schools in Memphis, Tennessee, school leaders are working to ensure that 80 percent of seniors are ready for college or a career by 2025. A Toronto-based hospital had a problem. Training scenarios in the emergency room had gone poorly because doctors and nurses talked over each other and gave conflicting directions. Treatments were botched. Patient outcomes suffered.

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Read To Be Ready Program Promotes Better Literacy Teaching in TN

K-12 Schools - Education News

Currently, the education department is seeking to bring 75% of all third-grade students up to grade level by 2025. (Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons).

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What's Making a Difference in Math Education for ELLs?

MIND Research Institute

By 2025, nearly one out of every four public school students in the U.S. Students who have the opportunity to work their way through more of the ST Math curriculum performed better on the Florida State Assessments than those who completed less.

OPINION: Six questions teachers must ask to help English language learners succeed

The Hechinger Report

That number is projected to rise to 25 percent by 2025, and to 40 percent in the following decade. Leave this field empty if you're human: Teachers should regularly monitor students’ language development with weekly assessments and observation checklists, intervening when necessary.

Why Language Learning Apps Haven’t Helped Struggling ELL Students


Ninety-two percent of fourth grade ELL students scored below proficiency on the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress reading exams. National Assessment of Educational Progress reading exams. schools during the 2013-2014 school year, and the National Education Association predicts that number will increase to 10 million by 2025. (In

Minnesota has a persistent higher-ed gap: Are new efforts making a difference?

The Hechinger Report

Recognizing these trends, state policymakers set a goal almost four years ago of increasing the proportion of 25- to 44-year-olds, of all races, with at least a postsecondary certificate to 70 percent by 2025. Related: College students predicted to fall by more than 15 percent after the year 2025 . System leaders don’t dispute that assessment.

Why haven’t new federal rules unleashed more innovation in schools?

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Their ESSA plans detail systemic transformations of assessment methods and other practices, according to Lillian Pace, the senior director of national policy at KnowledgeWorks. These new assessment systems are a crucial component of personalization.

Indiana, Oklahoma, 22 Others Receive $100k Youth Initiative Grants

K-12 Schools - Education News

This aid will take the form of a diagnostic assessment of the state’s current career preparation system and will include instructions for the implementation of the new initiative, reports Rachel Goodwin of KTUL-TV.

Michigan Report Details State’s Third Grade Reading Goals

K-12 Schools - Education News

A legislative workgroup appointed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has released a report suggesting that third-graders in the state should be among the most improved readers in the nation and that the group would like to see the state lead the nation in third-grade reading proficiency by 2025.

How one university is luring coveted honors students with social justice

The Hechinger Report

percent in 2000 to 25 percent by 2025. This is assessed first through group interviews where students are judged on how they collaborate with other students; the top 60 percent are then invited back for a one-on-one interview.

The mindboggling barriers that colleges create — and that end up hurting their own students

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Policymakers and politicians want 60 percent of the population to have higher-education certificates and degrees by 2025, up from 45 percent now , but progress toward that goal is behind schedule.

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ASU’s Starbucks Deal Was Just the Beginning


Starbucks’ goal is to have 25,000 students graduate from this program by 2025. You would pipe in the content, and you’d have facilitators there, you could do tutoring, you could do assessment. About two years ago Arizona State University famously inked a deal with Starbucks, allowing its baristas to get steeply discounted (in some cases free) tuition to take online courses from ASU. A cover story in The Atlantic hailed it as the future of college access. How is the program going?

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The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Issue a Press Release

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I pay attention to this story, as someone who studies education and education technology, because I think these sorts of predictions, these assessments about the present and the future, frequently serve to define, disrupt, destabilize our institutions.

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Learning Revolution Newsletter - Weekly Free Event Calendar - Conference Keynotes Update - Edcamp USDOE - Digital Citizenship

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Conference strands include Game-Based Learning: How to Use Games in Educational Settings, Games & Assessment, Connecting Educators With Game Developers: Make Your Voices Heard, Students as Content Creators & Game Designers, Research on Game-Based Learning, and Professional Development.

The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

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Despite predictions that badges would be the “ new credential ” and that we were looking at a “ Future Full of Badges ,” it’s not clear that digital badges have provided us with a really meaningful way to assess skills or expertise. billion by 2025.

Education Technology and the History of the Future of Credentialing

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One of the ways in which we define a “real college” – and perhaps punish those which might not be sufficiently “real” – is by assessing the employability of its graduates. The foundation says it’s committed to boosting the number of Americans who have some “quality postsecondary credential” to 60% by 2025. No surprise, with the built-in necessity of testing, competency-based education is lauded by assessment companies.

Hack Education Weekly News

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IHE blogger John Warner responds : “Algorithmic Assessment vs. Critical Reflection.” The Getting Smart blog predicts that “By 2025, Swarms of Self-Driving Vehicles Will Transport Students to Learning Sites.” (National) Education Politics. After rolling back for-profit higher ed regulations last week , Betsy DeVos turns her attention to dismantling civil rights as she holds a series of Title IX “ listening sessions.”

Education Technology and the 'New Economy'

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Low pay and challenging working conditions are contributing to a teacher shortage – a staffing shortage that could reach more than 100,000 teachers annually by 2025, according to a report by the Learning Policy Institute , issued this fall. This is part six of my annual review of the year in ed-tech. One of education technologies’s greatest luminaries passed away this year.

How diplomas based on skill acquisition, not credits earned, could change education

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By 2025, four additional subject areas will be included: a second language, the arts, health and physical education. It should be clear to students which skills will be assessed on any test or project and how those skills will be graded.