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Brenda Griffin CUR 545 January 16, 2017 Prof. Thomas Patrick Kelly

Short-Term Trends: Driving Ed Tech adoption in K-12 education for the next one to two years

Coding as a Literacy

Students as Creators:

Digital literacy is a key element for future
competitiveness in the global market for
students beyond their school years.
Learning coding promises to move students
from simple interactions with devices to
controlling how those devices interact with
them. In addition, coding reinforces the
problem-solving and logical thinking skills of
students.

Allowing teachers the flexibly to facilitate
learning through individualized curriculum
enhances student opportunity to engage in
creative learning. Student creators learn to
properly evaluate and take advantage of
credible resources to support their projects
and goals and not just regurgitate
information.

Mid-Term Trends: Driving Ed Tech adoption in K-12 education for the next three to five years

Collaborative Learning

Deeper Learning Approaches

With the idea that learning is a social
construct, collaborative learning encourages
increased student achievement, discussion,
confidence, and active learning. In terms of
technology, the collaboration between
students is not subjected to in class peers,
as the classroom can be expanded through
the digital medium; allowing for the 21st
century student to begin identifying
him/herself as a global learner.

These approaches encompass content that
engages students in critical thinking,
problem-solving, collaboration, and selfdirected learning. Using technology and
students’’ natural curiosity to learn about
the world around them, evidence suggests
that deeper learning approaches are more
effective than traditional lecture-style
models. Implementing these in the
classroom would therefore have positive
outcomes.

Long-Term Trends: Driving Ed Tech adoption in K-12 education for five or more years

Rethinking How Schools
Work
With the shift in learning and learning in the
21st century, traditional schools are being
eclipsed by the recognition that formal
education should mirror the way people
learn and work in the 21st century. The
move toward alternative learning such as
blended learning centers, online learning,
and others is a reality that must be
acknowledged.

Redesigning Learning Spaces
A redesign of the current learning spaces is
necessary to accommodate and enhance
the technology utilized in today’s
classrooms. Many schools have not
undergone any improvements or structural
changes that facilitate students learning
with the 21st century learner in mind. A
change to this is a current and immediate
need to continue to move toward
improvement.

Reference
Adams Becker, S., Freeman, A.,
Giesinger Hall, C., Cummins, M., and
Yuhnke, B. (2016). NMC/CoSN Horizon
Report: 2016 K-12 Edition. Austin,
Texas: The New Media Consortium.


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