10 Trends In Education In 2019

| March 19, 2019

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2019 is the year that promises to bring significant changes in educational processes. Distance learning with using VR let students to be present in the classroom in the USA being in their own country. Students will be able to travel and visit Amazon jungle, Everest and Antarctic from their rooms. This infographic includes all the most important trends in education in 2019. Things we couldn't imagine before are an integral part of educational process nowadays. A lot of attention will be paid to role of a teacher.

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