AI, Blockchain to Reshape Education Sector in 2020

CXOToday.com | December 27, 2019

AI, Blockchain to Reshape Education Sector in 2020
In the past decade, the Internet and digital innovation disrupted the education landscape across the world. The Indian education system has also undergone a sea change. According to a KPMG and Google study, online education in India is likely to be $2 Billion industry by 2021. That’s evident from the exponentially growing Internet and smartphone penetration in the country, which in turn is driving digital content and classrooms, online assessments and cloud-based platforms. Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), e-learning tools and virtual reality (VR) are already giving impetus to newer concepts like immersive and experiential learning. This trend of innovation with advanced tools and technologies is expected to continue at a faster pace throughout 2020, believe experts.

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Superintendents, principals, teachers, and others involved in education are all undeniably aware of a fundamental fact: people learn differently. Scientific studies have long documented evidence of this variance, like differences between visual and auditory learners, the relative effectiveness of distinct approaches in producing both engagement and long term learning.

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Superintendents, principals, teachers, and others involved in education are all undeniably aware of a fundamental fact: people learn differently. Scientific studies have long documented evidence of this variance, like differences between visual and auditory learners, the relative effectiveness of distinct approaches in producing both engagement and long term learning.