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64 predictions about edtech trends in 2024

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Laura Hansen, NWEA Director of Academic Services, NWEA As 2024 unfolds, the educational landscape embraces the transformative power of AI, crafting a future where accessibility and personalized learning take center stage. Diana Heldfond, CEO & Founder, Parallel Learning Are students learning?

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65 predictions about edtech trends in 2024

eSchool News

Laura Hansen, NWEA Director of Academic Services, NWEA As 2024 unfolds, the educational landscape embraces the transformative power of AI, crafting a future where accessibility and personalized learning take center stage. Diana Heldfond, CEO & Founder, Parallel Learning Are students learning?

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Are You Prepared For The Future Of Social Learning?

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What students do need is a secure and structured environment where they can use the resources of their choice (including text, audio and/or video) to discuss, communicate and collaborate. Learning can then be more engaging and interactive. Content gamification is yet another vital aspect of social learning.

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K-12 Tech Innovation News

eSchool News

One notable piece of K-12 tech innovation news is the integration of interactive devices and digital learning tools, transforming static learning spaces into dynamic, multimedia-rich environments. These devices and tools empower teachers to create engaging lessons, fostering a more interactive and collaborative learning experience.

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Learning in the Digital Age

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Moreover, smart K-12 learning systems often include tools for continuous assessment and feedback, allowing educators to monitor progress and adapt instructional strategies in real-time. Gamification elements are also employed to make learning more enjoyable and to incentivize student participation.