It can sometimes be difficult to see a road map of digital learning because the technologies often obscure the learning processes. This report from Mindshift represents a useful aide mémoire for the main changes in learning paradigms enabled by new learning technologies…
The expert panel identified several long-term trends that will greatly influence the adoption of technology in classrooms over the next five years and beyond. They see worldwide educators focusing on ‘deeper learning’ outcomes that try to connect what happens in the classroom to experts and experiences beyond school as an important trend.
Teachers at the cutting edge of this work are asking students to use technology to access and synthesize information in the service of finding solutions to multifaceted, complex problems they might encounter in the real world. The popularity of project-based learning, global collaboration and integrated learning experiences is driving this trend and powerful tech use as an extension of it.
Read the full article here: What Education Technology Could Look Like Over the Next Five Years | MindShift