Schools of the Future: Content, Curriculum and the Physical Space - Market Research, Industry Trends, Market Share
Published: 05/09/2018 Full Study Price: US$ 2,800
Technology is a key aspect of the school of the future, although it does not drive learning. Rather it is a support and a tool that is used for a specific purpose rather than “for technology’s sake.” In a future-ready school, solving a particular problem may require technology one moment and Popsicle sticks and glue the next.
That said, personalized education, where each student works on unique problems and projects, tackles new subjects at his or her own pace, and moves forward only when reaching competency, goes hand-in-hand with technology. The ultimate goal is for schools to implement 1:1 programs where all children are in reach of a tablet or other mobile device 24/7, no matter where they are, and are never far from digital resources.
Schools of the Future looks at the spaces designed for learning as well as the shifts in curriculum, educators' role in learning, and learning models and materials.