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Technology In Education Statistics: 2023 Trends

It’s hard to imagine our daily life without technology. We use it every single day for work, communication, and even for learning something new. The digital form of education is getting more and more popular worldwide because it brings lots of benefits with it. Education technologies (further EdTech) in school combine the learning process with

2023-05-18T14:45:52+00:00May 18th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

How Instructional Technology Is Impacting Higher Education

The way we teach has undergone a massive shift in the past three years. When the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated trends toward remote instruction, asynchronous learning and more, classrooms were inundated with new technologies that were intended to help. The sudden push forced higher education institutions sometimes reticent instructors to adopt these tools to facilitate teaching

2023-05-08T20:02:55+00:00May 8th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

ChatGPT is going to change education, not destroy it

Just days after OpenAI dropped ChatGPT in late November 2022, the chatbot was widely denounced as a free essay-writing, test-taking tool that made it laughably easy to cheat on assignments. Los Angeles Unified, the second-­largest school district in the US, immediately blocked access to OpenAI’s website from its schools’ network. Others soon joined. By January, school districts

2023-05-03T16:22:02+00:00May 3rd, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

The intersection between learning and technology

Technology, appropriately leveraged, can be a powerful tool for reducing achievement gaps and increasing student success -- a shared belief that has brought together two major higher education associations: AACRAO and EDUCAUSE. “Technology has the potential to make an important difference in the area of student success,” said EDUCAUSE President and CEO John O’Brien. “New

2023-04-24T15:39:31+00:00April 24th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

How Music Technology Helped My Students Tap Into Their Creativity

Jade’s face peered out at me through the Zoom window, one of 25 faces in an elementary music class that recently went fully remote during the pandemic. Although Jade was only in the fifth grade, she had decided, like many others her age, that she was not into music. Trying to motivate students to learn

2023-04-17T15:35:53+00:00April 17th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education, Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Technology Supports Personalized Learning in K–12 Schools

In a Quest Academy class, sixth to ninth grade students might choose between watching a video on a school-provided Chromebook, listening to a podcast or reading an article to learn about a new concept. For group project work, they can access a teacher-provided playlist that integrates viewing selections. The curriculum at the school in West Haven, Utah, is

2023-04-10T17:18:17+00:00April 10th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

How Will Technology Transform Global Education In 2023?

The influence of technology on education has been significant and far-reaching, transforming how people learn and teach in countless ways. Technological innovations, from online classrooms to adaptive learning systems, have made education more accessible, engaging, and personalized. As the world moves further into the 21st century, technology in education is set to grow and evolve,

2023-04-03T18:13:32+00:00April 3rd, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

The Technology-Enhanced School

The advance of technology is based on making it fit in so that you don't really even notice it, so it's part of everyday life," said Bill Gates, in a 2001 interview with a British 15-year-old student named Sarah (BBC Newsaround). At that time, technology innovations were often associated with young people, but Sarah's generation

2023-03-27T16:40:21+00:00March 27th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|

With greater access to devices, NYC teachers are folding more tech into instruction

Before the pandemic, U.S. history teacher Travis Malekpour hesitated assigning his students work in the classroom that required a computer. He knew not every student had a laptop or tablet. Three years later, Malekpour, who teaches in Queens, doesn’t think twice about assigning and grading in-class work that requires a device. After COVID shuttered campuses

2023-03-20T21:19:23+00:00March 20th, 2023|Categories: Tech Up Education|