The future of EdTech is in its accessibility. Learning needs to be at our fingertips, on multiple devices, now and moving forward.

The formative assessment process will be completely transformed to engage learners and boost their attainment through intuitive, pairwise comparison based, peer-to-peer software.

The age of information and the internet have caused a fundamental shift in Education. In the future, Education is less about gathering and passing information, and more about applying it.

Virtual technology is where it’s at in edtech. AI and video conferencing are blowing out the walls of learning, both physically and conceptually. The WORLD is the classroom now.

The IT skills gap is expected to surpass 1 million more computing jobs than applicants who can fill them by 2020. STEM education – and technology that makes it accessible to children – has never been more critical.

Schools will continue equipping students with tablets and will look for learning tools that fit in with their curriculum. Because of these developments, I anticipate adoption of educational smart toys to grow continuously.

The current state of EdTech is mostly boondoggles. However, the future is bright with the potential for robust AI to facilitate real cognitive apprenticeship experiences for learners at low cost.

Education Tech is in a state of evolution. Students are seeking out on-demand education. Netflix style consumption is becoming a social norm and Education Tech needs to keep pace.

EdTech suffers from a lack of opinion. Gigabytes of content without guidance leads to unpredictable and poor results. The future is rapid, practical curriculum organized by those with an opinion.

It’s about Intelligent, performance support systems that leverage data to predict learner’s needs and serve up comprehensive, progressive solutions to enhance performance and develop long-term comprehension and professional growth.

EdTech is going through a monumental transformation led by Artificial Intelligence, which is making learning more personalized. Companies and products that are not focused on personalization will disappear.

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