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

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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.

How can teachers use VR in the classroom?

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billion by 2025, while the education sector will attract 15 million users. Google Cardboard. Google Cardboard was the result of a 36-hour hackathon by Google’s education team, where staff were tasked with finding ways to boost student engagement.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

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Or the company will have to start charging for the software. In 2018, Mozilla said it would retire Backpack, its platform for sharing and displaying badges, and would help users move their badges to Badgr, software developed by the tech company Concentric Sky. billion by 2025.

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

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” – that’s Sebastian Thrun, best known perhaps for his work at Google on the self-driving car and as a co-founder of the MOOC (massive open online course) startup Udacity. But that doesn’t jibe with “software is eating the world,” does it?

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Google profiles Niji Collins , a winner in the latest Google Code-In contest. Edsurge profiles “ personalized learning ” software used in a virtual school that has some 450 incarcerated students. The software in question, Odysseyware , is featured in a recent series of articles in Slate , chronicling the worst online classes , particularly those used for credit recovery programs. ” Google responds. (National) Education Politics.

Education Technology and the History of the Future of Credentialing

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If you want a job as a software developer in the technology industry, you’ll need a college degree. As The Wall Street Journal reported in March, Seventy-five percent of job ads for those roles at technology companies specify an educational requirement, compared with 58% of openings posted by the full universe of employers that are hiring software developers, according to Burning Glass Technologies, a labor-market data firm that analyzed 1.6 By Google.

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