EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

Top EdTech Trends in 2022

December 31, 2021

In just a few years, technology has changed drastically in education. From virtual reality to artificial intelligence, there are so many ways that teachers and students are using tech in their classrooms today. Here are some of the top trends we expect to see in EdTech by 2022.

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EDACS

EDACS (Education Access and Support) is focused on making it easier to manage the unique learning needs of students. EDACS is a Salesforce partner building applications on the HEDA model for both K12 and Higher Ed institutions and its first product launched is for managing academic accommodations.

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Fall Colors on Campus 2022 | George Fox University

video | November 23, 2022

There is nothing like George Fox University in the fall. Enjoy the fall colors as students study and sit by the fire while the autumn leaves turn red...

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Inclusive Education – Inclusive Teaching with Technology

video | November 29, 2022

The technologies we use support accessibility and inclusion.  Assistive technology plays an important role in making classrooms more inclusive. Technology can help students overcome unique challenges and achieve better learning outcomes....

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Commitment to innovation inspires new teaching methods

video | November 24, 2022

Geoscience educators in UCalgary's Faculty of Science combine mixed reality (MR) HoloLens technology with the study of our planet’s landscape for unique immersive educational experience....

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100M students learn Computer Science with Code.org and Google's Blockly

video | November 21, 2022

Code.org is on a mission to get more students across the globe to try computer science and is using Blockly to open up access. You can help close the CS education equity gap this CSEdWeek by teaching an Hour of Code....

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EDACS

EDACS (Education Access and Support) is focused on making it easier to manage the unique learning needs of students. EDACS is a Salesforce partner building applications on the HEDA model for both K12 and Higher Ed institutions and its first product launched is for managing academic accommodations.

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