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Study International | January 14, 2020
Digital portfolios is the latest edtech to gain growing popularity in schools. Presenting teachers with evidence of academic progress and personal growth, they help to open up new ways of learning in the classroom. By storing a collection of successful and shareable projects, students can also showcase their favourite work to parents, peers and teachers online. And with the ability to share these documents with educators, it can facilitate sessions of constructive feedback on their creations. An...
edsurge | June 20, 2020
In the last few months the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world and triggered an economic plunge in the U.S. that is now officially a recession. Even before this crisis, concerns were rising about a potential loss of jobs and the rising demand for digital skills due to technologies such as automation and AI. Now that potential is even greater, since historically recessions tend to accelerate automation and the long-term loss of jobs in routine occupations. And because of social distancing, we...
openpr | March 13, 2020
The Global Smart Education And Learning Market is projected to reach USD 1466.4 billion by 2025 and is expected to register a significant growth rate of 25.2% during forecast period 2018 -2025, reveals a recent research report added by Big Market Research. Increasing number of mobile users and learning applications, attraction towards digital learning are the major factors driving the growth of Global Smart Education and learning Market. Furthermore, collaboration amongst the hardware and softwa...
Studies Weekly | April 27, 2021
Studies Weekly as of late refreshed 9,000 related media inquiries on its advanced learning stage, Studies Weekly Online. Another 27,000 inquiries will be accessible by July 31.
John Nabors, Studies Weekly item director, and his group assessed the related media inquiries for precision and adjusted them to current training principles, systems, and social subtleties. The organization embraced this undertaking to guarantee the related media questions reflected exclusive requirements, ...
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