The way we learn is changing rapidly. As the world becomes increasingly digital, the field of education technology will experience exciting changes. Mobile learning is gaining steam, cloud-based software is becoming commonplace, and interactive learning tools will improve learning outcomes. Adaptive learning technology will help students across the board, while video conferencing will become a part of daily life in the classroom. These are just some of the ways that ed tech is evolving—and it’s happening right now. Here are some other technologies you can expect to see in 2023:
As the world becomes increasingly digital, the field of education technology will experience exciting changes.
As the world becomes increasingly digital, the field of education technology will experience exciting changes. Here are some trends for what you can expect in 2023:
- Online education is growing fast. With internet access becoming more and more common around the world, online learning has become one of the most popular ways to learn new skills or get an accredited degree. In 2023, e-learning will be even more widespread than it was in 2018, thanks to advances in artificial intelligence and virtual reality technologies that allow students and teachers to interact with each other virtually without needing their physical presence at all (this could include physical objects like robots).
- The way we learn is also changing how we teach others—and vice versa! Take coding classes as an example: many people who have learned how to code want other people they know who may not know how yet but want to learn too so they can teach them. The same goes for anything else being learned nowadays from gardening techniques, cooking skills or even arts & crafts projects – something that wasn’t possible before because there wasn’t such high demand.”
Mobile Learning Gaining Steam
Mobile learning is a growing trend that educators should expect to see in the future. Not only does mobile learning provide remote access to course materials, but it also provides a convenient way for students to engage with their teachers and other students. Mobile learning is especially beneficial for those who may not be able to make it to the classroom or need extra help outside of class time.
Cloud-Based Software Becoming Commonplace
Cloud-based software is becoming more commonplace, especially in the education sector. Cloud-based solutions are advantageous for a number of reasons: they’re more secure than traditional software, they’re easier to scale as demand increases, and they can also cost less than running your own server.
The next ten years will see cloud-based solutions gain even further traction. As a result, you can expect to see much more investment in this area by both large corporations and start-ups alike—not just in terms of developing new products but also improving existing ones (e.g., providing better customer service).
Interactive Learning Tools Will Improve Learning Outcomes
Interactive learning tools will continue to improve learning outcomes in the classroom. Learning tools like Poll Everywhere, Kahoot! and Quizizz provide a fun way to learn and engage students in the classroom. These tools create an environment where students can learn more effectively while having fun at the same time.
Adaptive Learning Technology Will Help Students Across The Board
Adaptive learning technology can benefit students in so many ways, but it’s important to note that they aren’t just limited to those who are struggling. In fact, adaptive learning technology is beneficial for all students — and not just in terms of their test scores or grades. Students who use these programs tend to show an increase in their self-esteem and confidence as well as a decrease in anxiety levels when compared with their peers who don’t utilize these tools. This is because adaptive learning allows them to work at their own pace rather than being forced into group settings where one wrong answer could make them look foolish or nervous among other kids (or even adults).
Adaptive learning is also beneficial for teachers because it gives them more time during class periods where there may otherwise be gaps between lessons or activities if you’re teaching multiple classes at once! This means that you’ll have more opportunities throughout each day/week/month depending on how often your school offers classes like AP Math II instead of just focusing on one thing until completion before moving onto another topic entirely.”
Video Conferencing Will Become A Part Of Daily Life In The Classroom
One of the most exciting aspects of education technology is that it can allow students to learn from people around the world. Students can interact with teachers and other students from all over the world. They will be able to learn from experts in their field, who they may not otherwise have the opportunity to meet in person.
The future of education technology is happening now.
If you’re looking for a more concrete idea of what the future of education technology might look like, consider this: the future is here; it just hasn’t happened yet.
In other words: if you don’t know what will happen in 2023 yet, then neither do we (or anyone else). But there are some things that seem likely based on current trends and patterns in human behaviour. It’s worth taking stock of those trends and patterns now so we can prepare ourselves for what’s coming down the pipeline.
Technology will be a powerful tool for education in 2023.
In 2023, technology will be a powerful tool for education. It will also continue to be used in the same ways it is today.
For example, many educational institutions are using devices like tablets and laptops to enhance the learning experience. Students can use these tools to access coursework, research materials, and other resources that may not be available at their school or library. They can also use them to participate in virtual communities with other students around the world.
In addition to providing access to information and networking opportunities, technology has been proven effective at helping students develop some types of skills more quickly than traditional methods might allow: problem-solving abilities (such as analyzing data), creativity (such as designing an app), collaboration abilities (such as working on group projects), etcetera. Schools have increasingly adopted these tools because they believe that they provide better outcomes than traditional approaches do; however, there are still some concerns about whether or not this is true when applied universally across all types of learners/classes/subjects/etcetera.
AI will be integral to education.
AI can be used to personalize learning. For example, AI-powered tutoring systems can analyse students’ responses and provide individualized feedback that’s aligned with their needs. They can also create personalized lessons based on the student’s progress and preferences.
AI will be used to create personalized assessments. By analysing a learner’s progress, AI-powered assessment platforms are able to generate customized tests that measure their knowledge—they can even suggest additional learning resources if a student is struggling with a particular concept or skill!
AI will be used to provide personalized feedback in real-time during class time by performing “in situ cognitive analysis (ICA)” through sensors built into the classroom furniture itself, such as chairs or tables – these allow teachers to monitor which students are engaged at any given moment by monitoring their posture or facial expressions (e.g., smiling).
Expect a rise in the use of immersive technologies.
Immersive technologies are becoming more common. For example, Google launched its Daydream platform in 2017 and has since added support for more devices, including Samsung’s Gear VR headset. Microsoft is also working with students to develop educational content for its Hollers mixed reality device.
Researchers have found that virtual reality can be beneficial in many ways, from improving spatial navigation to helping students visualize complex concepts (such as the food chain). These technologies can also help teachers create dynamic lessons by giving them greater influence over what content students are exposed to and where they see it displayed in relation to their physical environment. As such, teachers can use immersive tech like augmented reality (AR) or mixed reality (MR) applications as part of their curriculum without having any specialized knowledge about developing these kinds of apps themselves – although this might change soon!
Virtual reality will play a big role in education.
Virtual reality is a great way to create immersive learning experiences. In addition to its obvious value in entertainment, the technology can be used in many different ways to improve education. For example:
- Students with disabilities may find that VR helps them learn better than other mediums. For example, VR headsets could be used by those who have difficulty reading or seeing due to autism or dyslexia. The technology can also be used for other types of visual impairments, such as colour blindness or lazy eye (amblyopia). Students will benefit from this because they’ll be able to study subjects that were previously inaccessible without special equipment like Braille readers or magnifying glasses—including science experiments where observing microscopic organisms is important for understanding concepts like photosynthesis and plant reproduction cycles.*
- Anxiety disorders may also benefit from using virtual reality in classrooms; students with anxiety might feel more comfortable if their teachers were replaced by avatars instead of real people! This could lead them to make friends outside their homes because they’ll feel less self-conscious about interacting face-to-face at school.
The future of ed-tech is bright and changing rapidly.
By 2023, technology will be a powerful tool for education. It is already changing the face of education and stands to have a significant impact on how we learn. As ed tech becomes more accessible, personalized and ubiquitous, it’s important to understand where this technology is headed so that you can use it in your classroom or workplace.
Education technology is a rapidly changing field. The advances made in the field over the last few years have been impressive, and it’s only going to get more exciting as new technologies are developed. As students become more comfortable with new technologies like virtual reality or artificial intelligence, educators will be able to use these tools to enhance their classroom learning experience.
Author BioRobert Thomas has been a Marketing Strategist for more than a decade. He is a full-time marketing strategist working in SchoolDataLists, a company that provides education industry data for businesses. Robert has been part of the research of the education industry market for the past five years.