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6 Ways how EdTech Startups are setting the Trend for Classroom Innovation
Some startups implement technology that helps promote parent-teacher collaboration and engagement in extracurricular activities using big-data analytics to discover new ideas, opportunities, and resources available across the country.
FREMONT, CA: Advanced technology and innovations have transformed every aspect of a business, and as such, even the educational space is seeing many changes. The rise of EdTech is transforming the next generation’s skills with the help of technology.
With the help of EdTech, students today can participate in immersive experiences while learning about history and climate change. The technology can create augmented reality tutorials or virtually transport students to different timelines or even space while reading about particular subjects.
It is not easy for teachers to ensure that students fully grasp and understand the subjects because of challenges like limited resources and time-based pressures. EdTech companies come up with technology that enables collaborative learning group globally and adapt actively to global trends and topics.
Gamification has helped classrooms come alive with tailored and adaptive learning and also improve context-based comprehension.
Sustainability and Life Skills
Certain companies have teamed up with schools to give online lessons on skills required in real life. Topics like communication and negotiation, staying calm under stress, finding a sense of purpose and sustainability design are covered in these lessons.
As kids have increased engagement with the internet, there is a need for designing online spaces that are safe for young learners, and as such, companies have come up with technologies that sense risks of bullying and self-harm and innovates protections that meet modern needs.
With repetitive tasks being automated by AI in the future, there will be a growing demand for skills like ideations, problem-solving, critical thinking, and, more importantly, empathy.
EdTech startups offer students a platform and workshop that will help develop creative confidence by helping them become agents of their communities and encouraging them to work on solutions to tackle sustainability and development goals.