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25 education trends for 2018

eSchool News

And as far as riveting news goes, nothing quite peaks the interest like new trends that have the potential to fundamentally change learning. In almost all of the commentary from both educators and industry, the mention of AR and VR for 2018’s big trends were ubiquitous.

10 education trends for 2018

eSchool News

Below, experts from various areas of the education industry share trends that will help shape K-12 education in 2018. Next page: 9 more education trends for 2018.

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Top EdTech Conferences for 2018

Where Learning Clicks

The post Top EdTech Conferences for 2018 appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. EdTech Conferences edtech trends top edtech conferencesIn the past few decades, technology has become an increasingly large part of classrooms all over the country.

B2B Social Media Trends We are Going to See in 2018

Ask a Tech Teacher

And in 2018, B2B social media use is undoubtedly going to see similar exponential growth as new technologies and marketing tactics come into play. Stay ahead of the curve in the new year with these B2B social media trends for 2018. It is a must as we transition into 2018.

Consolidation, Collaboration or Closure? How Colleges Stay Alive in 2018


So what will 2018 bring? What will be the most important strategic consideration for colleges in 2018? Is 2018 the time for my institution to take proactive concrete steps toward a merger or acquisition? What will be the most important new innovative practice in higher education in 2018? We will begin to see the foundation for more course and department sharing in 2018. In 2018, these experiments will continue and new innovative models will rapidly spread.

Diversity at the front of the classroom could mean more diversity among future scientists

The Hechinger Report

Editor’s note: This story led off this week’s Future of Learning newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every Tuesday with trends and top stories about education innovation. Woodrow Wilson High School students in Camden, N.J.,

OPINION: Is college worth it? Students can learn to calculate the payoff

The Hechinger Report

Few advisers have sufficient training to help students factor real-time labor market information and employment trends in the local and regional labor markets into their selection of degree programs.”. Michael Lawrence Collins. Going to college pays off, on average.

QS World University Rankings 2018: The Global Trends

EdNews Daily

The 2018 QS World University Rankings are the largest guide to global higher education performance that QS, a London-based higher education think-tank, has produced since its inaugural edition of 2004. Jack Moran. Education Writer and Rankings Auditor. QS Quacquarelli Symonds.

4 exciting trends that will define the 2018 education industry

eSchool News

This makes looking ahead at 2018 exciting because there is so much opportunity for districts and educators to elevate their curriculum with innovation right at their fingertips. Let’s examine four key trends that are expected to shape the education industry this coming year: 1.

FETC 2018: Thought Leaders Explore Tech Trends from Multiple Points of View

EdTech Magazine

By Meghan Bogardus Cortez IT leaders, teachers and administrators alike gather to discuss the future of the innovative classroom. Classroom

4 K-12 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2018

EdTech Magazine

By Meghan Bogardus Cortez Analytics, virtual reality, makerspaces and digital citizenship top the minds of education experts for the year. Business Intelligence Classroom Data Analytics Digital Citizenship Hardware Internet STEM Virtual Reality

?What Studying Education Taught Me in 2017—And Where Tech Can Take Us This Year


The trend led to a prominent study by Caroline Hoxby on the large number of high-achieving students who do not apply to selective institutions despite their likely acceptance. I’ve developed somewhat of a complex in the last year being a college student with an interest in the education system. As a junior at Washington University in St.

8 for 2018: Talent Acquisition Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Larry Ferlazzo

While this leaves little time to focus on emerging processes, it is equally important to stay updated because according to industry experts, the focus of HR in 2018 […]. The post 8 for 2018: Talent Acquisition Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore appeared first on Jobsoid. Hooking the best industry talent continues to remain one of the biggest tasks for recruiters who are constantly struggling to strike a balance between day-to-day recruitment activities.

Taking stock of 2017: What we learned about personalized learning

The Christensen Institute

From showcasing trends that drive the need for innovative educational models, to providing a range of learner outcomes that research suggests are important to future success, this is a great tool for anyone looking to design new teaching and learning environments. The start of a new year is the best time to reflect and review what happened the previous year.

Setting School Culture With Social And Emotional Learning Routines


In recent years, the pendulum of education trends have swung back to emphasize the importance of relationships to learning.

PR Campaign Tips: 10 Harmful Myths You Need to Avoid


Our Ultimate List of the Best PR Tools for 2018. The Top 8 PR Trends That Will Empower Your Business. A solid PR campaign has the power to bolster your brand.

Silver Lake Acquires Majority Stake in Weld North’s Digital Curriculum Business


The trend will be about scaling businesses, not starting new ones.”. For more than two decades, Jonathan Grayer has made a career out of welding educational companies. The former Kaplan executive, who served as its CEO from 1994 to 2008, oversaw 67 acquisitions that turned the test-prep business into a global education services provider.

California Could Soon Have Its First Fully-Online Community College


The new college appears to follow another trend in the higher education: competency-based education. California is one step closer to having a fully online public community college. In a state budget proposal issued on Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown called for spending $120 million to create the online institution within the 114-campus California Community College system. The college would aim to help 2.5

Is Your Institution Really Ready for Predictive Analytics?


The great irony is that historical data, trends, and business processes directly impact the effectiveness of predictive models. By ignoring historical trends, institutions allow inadvertent blind spots to persist that in turn spur policies, practices, and processes that could end up magnifying problems that an analytics initiative originally aimed to solve. The idea of an advisor telling a student who just received an associate's degree to next enroll in a Ph.D.

Personalized Learning Is a Problem of Privilege


Education is a dynamic space, with new trends constantly ebbing and flowing, the pendulum swinging back and forth between truly new innovations and recycled ideas. Experienced educators will recognize these patterns. But for younger teachers like me, whose careers are still in their infancy, it’s not so easy to see through the blinders. When I moved to the Silicon Valley in 2014, I, like many, joined the gold rush to pursue this idea called “personalized learning.”

6 Practical strategies for teaching across the digital divide


We simply need a greater stimulus, understanding and enthusiasm for digital tools – beyond what we read about in tech trend magazines – and work together to design digital solutions that fit our schools.

Principals list 6 school technology priorities moving into 2018

eSchool News

The report, “ School Trends: Principals’ Perspectives on Instructional Initiatives and Purchasing Decisions ,” includes data broken down by school level, size, location, and Title I status.

Personalized learning gives students a sense of control over chaotic lives

The Hechinger Report

Editor’s note: This story led off this week’s Future of Learning newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every Tuesday with trends and top stories about education innovation.

Can a Test Ever Be Fair? How Today's Standardized Tests Get Made.


It can cause weird things to happen with the trend line for peoples’ scores. That’s why the trend is toward adaptive testing. It’s a reasonable trend. After politics and religion, few issues are as contentious as standardized tests. Opinions run the gamut. To some, standardized testing overwhelms our schools and helps eradicate differences between students. For others, they remain the best way to compare students objectively and hold schools accountable.

“Predicting” the Future of Ed Tech

Leadership Lounge

With the start of 2018, I get lots of questions about what technologies and trends are the most important for transforming learning. 2) Explore what are the new technology trends impacting learning.

The Point of Reading Goals

Reading By Example

I saw some interesting patterns and trends here. At the turn of the new year, I took a look at my reading habits. I have participated in the Goodreads Reading Challenge for the last five years.

A Product at Every Price: A Review of MOOC Stats and Trends in 2017


The MOOC landscape has grown to include 9,400 courses, more than 500 MOOC-based credentials, and more than a dozen graduate degrees. The total number of MOOCs available to register for at any point of time is larger than ever, thanks to tweaks in the scheduling policy by MOOC providers. However, for the first time, we are seeing a slowdown in the number of new learners, a direct result of a shift in priorities towards users who are willing to pay.


Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Predictions from investor Tom Vander Ark : “Not Much New in EdTech in 2017; 3 Things Could Change That in 2018.” ” From Mindwires Consulting’s Phil Hill : “Fall 2016 Top 20 Largest Online Enrollments In US – With Trends Since 2012.” ” From Rick Hess : “The 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.” Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles.

Vote for Digital Promise’s SXSW and SXSW EDU 2018 Session Ideas

Digital Promise

We hope to share some of these examples at the SXSW and SXSW EDU conferences in March 2018 – but first, we need your help. We will team up to guess research trends and key findings in maker education. The post Vote for Digital Promise’s SXSW and SXSW EDU 2018 Session Ideas appeared first on Digital Promise.

Big Data, Bigger Ideas: EdTech Trends to Expect in 2018


From machine learning to big data, augmented reality to artificial intelligence (and every one and zero in between), 2018 looks set to be a whirlwind year in the EdTech arena. The post Big Data, Bigger Ideas: EdTech Trends to Expect in 2018 appeared first on EdTechTeam.

Betsy DeVos Touts Personalized Learning, Slams Common Core and Reform Efforts


We need to allow for individualization and customization, and I think a lot of the tasks and trends around personalized and customized learning are really promising,” DeVos told the crowd. “I Education Secretary spared no words in her critique of education reform efforts during the Bush and Obama administrations. “I I don’t think there is much we can hold onto, from a federal level, that we can say was a real success,” she said at a Jan.

Highlights From a Year of Tracking Future Trends in Education


Looking ahead to 2018, here are three predictions: First, we will probably see more work on the many ways automation (AI, robotics, etc.) Interest in and commitment to open approaches in academia are likely to persist, as widespread concern over textbook and journal costs seems unlikely to recede in 2018. If we look back on 2017 in educational technology, some of the biggest surprises were political and cultural.

The Impact of Technology-Facilitated Crimes on Students

Gaggle Speaks

For years, technology-facilitated crime has presented courts and legislators with the difficulty of maintaining the pace and rapidity of trends in online crime. Some of the more common forms of technology-facilitated crime that affect students today include child pornography and cyberbullying. But less-discussed crimes can also be identified through Gaggle’s content analysis and expert review. Child Grooming.


Join Our ‘EdSurge Live’ Video Discussion On The Future of Microcredentials


But the trend raises plenty of tough questions: Who should offer these new degrees? These days college degrees are coming in new shapes and sizes—with the rise of microcredentials. How short is too short? How can quality be measured? Will employers accept them? To address these and other questions, we’re holding a live video discussion on January 16 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. for listening to podcasts


ProfHacker even got in on the trend for awhile !) The internet has exploded with podcasts, with so many great options out there. Here at ProfHacker, we have had several open thread posts about podcasts and podcast apps. Selection and management of their use can almost be overwhelming.

Flip your parent-teacher-student conferences with Google Forms

The Cornerstone Blog

After 16 years of teaching 4th-6th graders, I have seen a lot of trends come and go. One current trend that I think has some staying power is the concept of the “flipped classroom.” Classroom Management Education Trends Productivity Strategies

Weekend Reading: Bomb Cyclone Edition


What do investors and entrepreneurs and politicians hope will be ‘trends’ based on the stories they tell about ed-tech. It may be the weekend here in North America, but for many of us it is much too cold to do our usual weekend things.

Cost is still keeping districts from boosting broadband speeds

eSchool News

Next page: A positive trend in broadband costs. Cost remains the biggest hurdle for schools trying to increase broadband connectivity speeds for students, according to CoSN’s 2017 Annual Infrastructure Survey.

Fake News about the Future of Education

Doug Levin

It was a wide-ranging interview (at least as much was cut from the final piece than appeared in the final article), but in it we discuss some of the most interesting media coverage of 2017 along with some ideas for 2018 and beyond (bonus ideas for reporters: here ). Blog Trends reflections

3 Ways to Put Balance Back in Education in 2018


But many teachers are concerned about the pace, trends, and screen time our students are exposed to these days. When I think ahead to 2018, I hope that the greatest new shift is for teachers and students is to find balance. Here are three ways that balance can be achieved in 2018: Only assign work that has value At school, we assign the homework because of the rigors of the curriculum.