Various trends have been implemented in the education sector in the past with varying degrees of success, but the trends of the last two years have fundamentally altered the dynamics of the sector and are undoubtedly here to stay for the foreseeable future.
The digital transformation in the education industry has increased immensely from elementary to higher education, causing a move to online and cloud-based delivery platforms.
The value of this industry in India is expected to increase to USD 30 billion in the following ten years as edtech become the new School 2.0 and continue to disrupt the conventional learning process at their current rate. Mobile technology, cloud services, and virtual reality are largely to thank for opening up new opportunities for accessible, immersive learning.
LIFELONG LEARNING VIA SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES
Even two years ago, the state of education was very different. With the speed at which technology is developing, both teachers and learners are embracing subscription services as a continuous model of education.
Another factor is the rise of online learning aggregators like DBMCI’s digital platform eGurukul, which provides accessible learning classes to students looking for flexible ways to fit education into their lives and makes online education its main mode of delivery alongside traditional coaching classes.
This is one of the trends that are here to stay and is designed to fit perfectly in with the changing needs of businesses.
A MIXTURE OF REAL, AI, AR, AND VR
With time, we’re getting used to absorbing information in lightning-quick, attention-grabbing chunks. Every aspect of human activity will be impacted by the combination of reality, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR), and education is no exception.
These technologies will be used to offer more personalized types of education or remote learning because they are capable of getting better and better at any task they are given.
This learning describes a new EdTech concept. In this transformative technological trend, students can get an instant source of learning via ultra-bite-sized lessons exactly when and where they need them.
Since nano-learning seamlessly satisfies society’s need for means of imparting knowledge and skill in today’s hustles, its popularity will certainly continue to expand in the future.
The days when parents didn’t particularly mind one instructor being allocated to at least 50 students are long gone. As classrooms become more complex and diverse and as technology becomes more readily available, personalized education is quickly becoming the new norm. Outside of the structured curriculum, technology tools can assist teachers in providing students with varied learning experiences.
The phrase “edutainment” has been circulating in the industry for some time and successfully announced its presence. Playing educational games while learning introduces an immersive method of knowledge acquisition that keeps students interested in their studies and promotes greater multimodal involvement.
The fact for the forthcoming future of education is that keeping pace with innovation is now a requirement, not an option, to adapt to the growing technology trends. As learning proficiency is now not only rapid and modular but also becoming even more addictive, these trends will certainly gain appeal in the future.