April 17, 2024

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Tech is shaping the future of education

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Tech is shaping the future of education

Key points:

  • Increasing use of digital learning tools means classrooms are modernizing
  • Digital tools that boost engagement can improve academic outcomes
  • See related story: Technology is key to educating the next generation

Some of my most vivid school memories involve teachers struggling to use overhead projectors: placing a printed sheet on the glass and fumbling to align it properly to project an image onto the wall. Students would laugh as the teachers mumbled about the annoyances of technology. Now think about how far the classroom has come since then–schools stocked with iPads and tablets, interactive touchscreens, and even virtual reality headsets.

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