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K12 New Horizon Report 2014 (Part II – Mid-range trends)

Posted by Wernad Adams on Friday, August 1, 2014, In : Education trends 
Following on from Part I in this K12 New Horizon Report 2014 series, let’s look at important mid-range trends that are driving educational technology adoption in schools within three to five years.

INCREASING FOCUS ON OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OER)

Open educational resources (OER) are growing in breadth and quality, as is the use of these materials in classrooms, networks, and school communities world wide. Understanding that the term “open” is a multifaceted concept is essential to fol...

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K12 New Horizon Report 2014 (Part I – Fast Trends)

Posted by Nina Adams on Monday, July 28, 2014, In : Education trends 
The K12 New Horizon report covers many key technology trends in education.  Last year I focused on important technology developments for schools. This year I will focus on very important key trends accelerating education technology adoption in schools. 

FAST TRENDS: Driving educational technology adoption in schools over the next one to two years

RETHINKING THE ROLES OF TEACHERS 
Teachers are increasingly expected to be adept at a variety of technology-based and other approaches for content deli...

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Important tech trends for education

Posted by Nina Adams on Wednesday, July 17, 2013, In : Education trends 

We were lucky enough to attend the annual ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference in San Antonio, Texas this year. For more information on the conference itself, see 'What exactly is ISTE' by Fiona Beal, our colleague at SchoolNet.

One of highly anticipated sessions was the release of the K12 New Horizon Report 2013, which identifies and describes emerging technologies likely to have an impact on education in the next five years. (Full report here)

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