Please find below my writing about technology, education and the intersection between the two for Publishing Perspectives, of which only the EdTech Gift Guide has so far made it onto the main page of my blog.
Publishing Perspectives serves up an enticing selection of edifying edtech gifts for children young and old.
Described on Twitter as the “Best EdTech gift list of the season! Fun, creativity & affordability for all”.
Execs from Cornelsen Schulverlage, Scholastic India, Capstone’s myON, and Microsoft Education share thoughts about various edtech business models.
This story also appeared on the blog of The Markets, the website for The Global Publishing Summit, a new pre-event at The Frankfurt Book Fair.
Tomorrow’s classrooms will be collaborative workspaces, featuring 3D printers, “immersive” work stations and hybrid textbooks in which content is generated on the fly.
A high standard of living and world’s-best internet is allowing Korea to lead the world in developing new educational tools.
Executives from Cengage and Udemy point to Latin America as a strong region for edtech growth and share their top tips for entering the market.
While school is out of session, edtech entrepreneurs keep working. A quartet of top UK edtech entrepreneurs share “what they did on the their summer vacation.”
The future of education is tied to technology, which now offers tangible, hands-on learning experiences that go well beyond coding and reading on tablets.
UK education publishing startups face the dual challenge of first finding teachers within schools who want their product then hoping the budget exists to adopt it.
UK startup Educake promises an easy-to-use online solution for teachers to set up and grade quizzes and students to provide answers, much of it automated.