A Look At Trends in Education

Hyper-connected and tech-savvy youngsters are changing how educators formulate lessons and interact with students. What can soon-to-be students and current students expect in the future? We take a look at top trends in 2013 and beyond.

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  • Technology


    First the iPad, now Apple introduces an entirely new kind of textbook that's dynamic, current, engrossing, and truly interactive. A textbook created by publishers using a new authoring ...

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  • Adaptive Learning

    Adaptive Learning

    Adaptive learning is an educational method which uses computers as interactive teaching devices. Computers adapt the presentation of educational material according to students' learning ...

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  • Child Centric

    Child Centric

    Student-centred learning (or student-centered learning; also called child-centred learning) is an approach to education focusing on the needs of the students, rather than those of other ...

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  • STEM


    The STEM program aims to establish a national network of learning environments and resources for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels. Presi ...

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  • Peer to Peer

    Peer To Peer

    Many institutions of learning now promote instructional methods involving ‘active' learning that present opportunities for students to formulate their own questions, discuss issues, exp ...

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  • Web Apps

    Web Apps

    With so many educational apps on the App Store, there's no limit to the learning possibilities at your childs fingertips. The advent of the iPad inspires creativity and hands-on learnin ...

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  • Open Licensing

    Open Licensing

    Typically, the most reliable, secure and efficient software is usually under an open license and not owned by a company. Open source software was developed with the source code freely a ...

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  • Gaming


    For decades, educators have been scrambling to find better ways to prepare students for the real world. It began with the mildly apocalyptic government report, A Nation at Risk, which w ...

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