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Future Trends in K-12 Education

future trends in k-12 education Today, 250,000 students are enrolled in a Future school districts will place virtual school. We'll see a continual increase in these schools, where students receive all educational content and complete all nearly all administrative information in cloud-based storage, enabling them develop more efficient school systems by analyzing a growing amount of data on facilities, employees, and students. reduce costs and coursework within their own homes. Though these schools may still incorporate some face-to-face interaction, students and teachers will collaborate online with mobile devices, laptops, and tablets. Classrooms will incorporate a wide range of technologies, Cloud Computing Virtual Classrooms from mobile devices and computers to interactive white boards, and feature desks and furniture designed and placed to support collaboration and increasingly personalized interactions between students and teachers. The rise of "big data" and sophisticated learning analytics software will be central to improving student outcomes in the near future. Learning analytics will enable teachers and administrators to develop increasingly personalized learning, and will also more precisely adapt to and assess student learning needs as they complete coursework digitally. Big Data Analytics Collaborative Learning ll Blended learning approaches - employing mobile devices and even incorporating innovative elements such as game-based learning - will likely become essential to instructional Test designers will focus more on competency-based learning and design assessments that test learning and analytical Blended Learning Smarter skills rather than content and BYOD Standardized Testing content delivery. Within the next five years, technologies such as cloud computing, mobile learning, and even 3D printing will be more present in memorization. Tests will also become more technologically sophisticated, aggregating data that can shape curricular development and content taught in schools. classrooms. The above findings are part of our December 2013 report "Future Trends In K-12 Education." For this report, Hanover turned to a wide range of literature sources to outline topics such as personalized learning practices and online and hybrid learning trends. Throughout the report, Hanover provides concrete examples of the future of K-12 education through profiles of innovative schools and districts already employing technology and pedagogical approaches that will be increasingly common in the future. To download the full report, visit www.hanoverresearch.com/K12FutureTrends. SOURCES HRHANOVER NRESE AR CH The Guardian | THE Journal | Education Week | The New Media Consortium | Wired | The Futurist | Edutopia | District Administration www.hanoverresearch.com info@hanoverresearch.com

Future Trends in K-12 Education

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These findings are part of our December 2013 report, "Future Trends In K-12 Education." For this report Hanover turned to a wide range of literature sources to outline topics such as personalized lear...

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