AI in Education Market 2019 Business Growth, Size and Comprehensive Research Study

montana-ledger | December 08, 2019

AI in Education Market 2019 Business Growth, Size and Comprehensive Research Study
The report offers an all-inclusive and accurate research study on the AI in Education Market while chiefly focusing on current and historical market scenarios. Stakeholders, market players, investors, and other market participants can significantly benefit from the thorough market analysis provided in the report. The authors of the report have compiled a detailed study on crucial market dynamics, including growth drivers, restraints, and opportunities. This study will help market participants to get a good understanding of future development of the AI in Education market. The report also focuses on market taxonomy, regional analysis, opportunity assessment, and vendor analysis to help with comprehensive evaluation of the AI in Education market.

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A substantial body of research shows student-centered, active learning strategies increase student learning and achievement. Active learning is associated with improved student academic performance, increased engagement, critical thinking, and better attitudes toward learning. This white paper highlights the research behind the value of student engagement and connections.

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Spotlight

A substantial body of research shows student-centered, active learning strategies increase student learning and achievement. Active learning is associated with improved student academic performance, increased engagement, critical thinking, and better attitudes toward learning. This white paper highlights the research behind the value of student engagement and connections.