When the pandemic struck, the education industry took a hit with many educators and learning institutions scrambling to meet the demand for remote learning. Since then, there are come to light many creative ways, even low-code/no-code apps, that teachers have connected with students, but it has also shone a light on the need for education and tech to work more closely together.
In this episode, I’ll unpack personal perspectives on the remote learning impact, the further disruption that’s needed, and challenge you in a few areas going forward.
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- Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2020/01/20/the-top-5-tech-trends-that-will-disrupt-education-in-2020the-edtech-innovations-everyone-should-watch/?sh=3b1c55002c5b
- Chronogram: https://www.chronogram.com/hudsonvalley/solving-the-stem-jobs-crisis/Content?oid=12482167
- Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2021/03/15/the-future-of-work-why-we-need-curriculum-innovation-more-urgently-than-ever/?sh=5121662b36ad
- Tech Bullion: https://techbullion.com/ways-the-blockchain-technology-can-impact-education/
- Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj.com/articles/cant-code-you-can-still-make-your-own-apps-11583347927
- Microsoft Mesh: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mesh