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15 Jun 2019, Edition - 1432, Saturday

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2018 top education trends: A look at latest techniques


2018 has been an eventful year for the Indian education sector, with positive developments focusing on adopting newer technologies and developing digital curriculum to build a future-ready generation.

The industry is going through an interesting phase where technological disruption has given a whole new meaning to delivery of education. These technological advancements have made the learning process more personalised, easily accessible and in sync with industry demands to provide lifelong learning and better employment opportunities.

Since, the global business landscape is also undergoing a paradigm shift, blended learning methodologies will play a crucial role to take education to the next level.

Digital transformation:

In last few years, the shift towards the digital transformation has encouraged concept-based learning among students to go beyond the method of rote learning.

This development enabled students to build their core-skills to be ready for the future jobs.

Digital has the power to revolutionise the dynamic process of teaching, improve the learning outcomes among students and strengthen the process of skill-development among students. It will give rise to group discussions to build problem-solving and critical-thinking skills of students. In the coming years, the integration AI in education will further narrow the gaps in delivery of education.

Amidst all such advancements and cutting-edge tech inclusions, the Indian education sector will continue to evolve towards a digital future in 2019.

AI and machine learning will bring new innovations, thus, re-shaping the education sector completely. It will not only empower the learners and teachers but also expand their learning experience, strengthen the association between learners and educators shaping the future of learning.

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