How to Overcome the Equity and Homework Gap Issue - Ed Tech Panel
Michael Boreham, Senior Market Analyst at Futuresource Consulting, presented an interesting session at Ed Tech Collaborative 2021, which discussed how to effectively bridge the equity and homework gap issue. Utilising Futureource’s primary K-12 research, Michael explores how the equity gap across devices and connectivity has been magnified over the past 12 months.
Teaching Spaces of the Future - How is Remote Learning Shaping Technology Choices? - Ed Tech Panel
Jeremy Wills, Pro AV Analyst at Futuresource, discussed the topic of remote learning and technology choices with his panellists at Ed Tech Collaborative this year. HP, Logitech, Utelogy and ViewSonic joined Jeremy to discuss how COVID-19 has accelerated the need for new collaboration and display technology within the classroom.
Motivation and Engagement of Students in a Hybrid World - Ed Tech Panel
As we transition towards a hybrid model for both work and education, how do we ensure that students keep motivated and engaged? This panel, taken from our Ed Tech Collaborative virtual event, will discuss in detail the many different approaches and challenges that need to be undertaken, as well as how the use of video games are being used to build enticing distance learning experiences.
Infrastructure in a Hybrid World - Ed Tech Panel
At the height of COVID-19, more than 1.3 billion children across 80 plus countries were locked out of schools. This meant a rapid need for online learning tools, with Governments rushing to fund resources to enable students to continue learning remotely. This has led to a rise in mobile computing devices and digital adaptive learning tools across K-12 education. What do schools and IT teams need to do to accommodate for these changing demands in the long-term?
How to Effectively Manage Security and Safeguarding - Ed Tech Panel
Many tragedies have been caused by COVID-19, one of them being the rise in child grooming online during lockdown on a global scale. Safeguarding students against exploitation and bullying, as well as other risks that come with learning in a virtual environment, is an ongoing challenge. How can the Education Sector manage this in a post-COVID world?