Industry Focus: Enterprise Learning

Enterprise learning has started to emerge in some educational facilities around Europe and as some authors describe it, it is established with the purpose of inspiring young people’s creativity and the spirit of enterprise. A combination of hard work and enterprise learning results in young people who are truly prepared for a global employment market. There are many strong arguments that advocate the presence of enterprise in the school and college curriculums. The students are encouraged to build skills that will turn them into competent young business men and women, with excellent communication and organizational skills. Enterprise learning can also be applied to working people who wish to improve their skills

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Industry Focus: Broad Online Learning Platforms

Internet-based education offers more than just free courses; it provides learners the opportunity to grow and learn about various subjects which can benefit them both personally and professionally. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that online learning platforms have gained such popularity. The number of available platforms is rising, and companies are doing their best to stand out among the vast competition. As the available platforms appear and develop, so do the job opportunities that companies offer to ambitious and creative people. Some find that the best way to use the internet is to be a subsidiary to traditional studies: that is so-called “blended learning.” However, others argue that the

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Industry Focus: School Administration

The ongoing global challenge in education is to improve student success by ensuring that technology actively supports the way educational institutions function. The advancement of the administration systems is a path which will bring the educational institutions to a cost-effective, and progressive level. To be part of the revolutionary change of school administration systems, it is important for those interested in the field to get to know the new technologies that lay beneath this change. The Downside of Paper Based Systems Paper based systems of recording and the inherent administration have become inefficient. Let’s take, for example, a school located in a rural, remote area. The systematic recording and reporting

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Edtech Champion Peergrade: Improved Learning With Peer Assessment

Have you or your teachers used peer feedback before? If not, you should look into this. Online platforms can empower teachers to create better students by letting students take part in evaluation and feedback. This idea was developed by David Kofoed Wind, Co-founder and CEO of Peergrade. We talked to him about what Peergrade offers and how this plays into the grand scheme of things concerning Edtech. About Your Startup Please introduce yourself briefly. Who are you and what do you do? I am co-founder and CEO of Peergrade and a PhD student in machine learning at The Technical University of Denmark. Peergrade is a tool to help educators and

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Industry Focus: Early Childhood Education Technology

The children are our future. We have heard this so many times and for a good reason, since this sentence should be our guide when improving the education system. There is no better way to ensure that future generations will be tech-oriented than to introduce technology and its benefits to children at a young age. Some have recognized this opportunity and established companies that deal with education technology for young children. If you are a job seeker who wishes to be a part of this change, this article can introduce you to awaiting opportunities. How to Boost Children’s Desire for Knowledge with Technology? Educational technology for children is usually in

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9 of the Most Important Edtech Incubators and Accelerators

Edtech startups, still new in the business world that is ever challenging to adapt to, face more obstacles than previously imagined. Stiff competition and limited resources are huge obstacles to overcome. Staying afloat means forming alliances and networking with other startups, and boosts from available opportunities. A great way to get help early on is to join an Edtech incubator or Edtech accelerator. The Importance of Incubators and Accelerators for Edtech Startups Edtech Incubators and Edtech accelerator programs are essential for the survival of startups as they offer vital resources such as financial support and mentoring. Several startups have been given the opportunity to access critical financial resources and other forms

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