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Technology in Education: Emerging Trends for 2020 Where is higher education going in 2020? The landscape is constantly changing, so every year we forecast major technology trends to help professors answer modern educational challenges and create better learning environments for their students. If you’re on the fence about technology in the classroom, this summary will show you the overall shifts in how students and instructors will be connecting through technology in the years to come. All of these trends reflect the prioritization of student success in higher education and the growing realization that institutions need to help faculty cultivate a culture of excellence surrounding technology in teaching. Customized learning experiences As many institutions struggle with falling enrollments, more pressure is on educators to aid institutional retention strategies and help students succeed.

New Teacher? Start Here! – Samantha in Secondary Getting ready to enter the teaching profession can be so exciting, but also overwhelming. As a blogger and a veteran teacher, I am often asked to offer advice for new teachers. I developed a set of rules that I think are extremely helpful when entering the teaching profession.

The Top 5 Tech Trends That Will Disrupt Education In 2020 - The EdTech Innovations Everyone Should Watch One solid indicator that EdTech is big business is the number of billionaires the sector created. According to Deloitte, the Chinese education market should reach $715 billion by 2025 and was responsible for creating seven new billionaires. The richest was Li Yongxin, who leads Offcn Education Technology that provides online and offline training for individuals who want to take civil service exams, but there were other EdTech business leaders represented. Here we consider the key technologies that underpin the EdTech revolution as well as the top 5 tech trends set to disrupt education in 2020. Key Technologies that Underpin the EdTech Revolution

How to Write an Elevator Pitch: A Step-by-Step Guide - Skillcrush Everybody dreads the idea of giving an elevator speech. 60 seconds. Trapped in a tiny moving box with someone who could make or break your career. AND you’re supposed to wow them with a mini-pitch all about you? How is that NOT nerve wracking? The thing is, it doesn’t have to be. Gmail is integrating Google Chat, Rooms, and Meet to take on Microsoft and Slack True to Google’s penchant for just announcing things right after they’ve leaked, the company has unveiled a grand redesign of Gmail for G Suite business users ahead of next week’s Google Cloud conference. The app isn’t so much “Gmail” anymore as it is a unified app for all of Google’s communication platforms: Gmail, Chat, Rooms, and Meet. It will be available as an “early access preview” to G Suite customers this week and roll out to all G Suite customers later this year. As for the consumer version of Gmail, it seems as though little will change in the short term. Google says that it is “actively thinking through how and when to bring this experience to the consumers who might want it.” Javier Soltero, who rolled in to Google last November with the mission of cleaning all of this up, characterizes it as an “integrated workspace” that should make it easier for workers to shift between these different modes of communication without feeling lost.

Educational Technology Trends In 2020-2021 Big Data, Machine Learning, and the Internet of Things (IoT) were the biggest educational technology trends of 2019. However, distance learning has become the one trend that rules them all. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we teach and learn. Students now have to get used to distance learning via digital platforms due to social distancing. Even though some schools are reopening, this trend may continue until 2021. The latest EdTech trends in 2020, and further into 2021 are being revolutionized with a strong focus on connectivity, versatility, and student-centered learning.

6 New Interview Questions You Must Prepare For The oldest interview question in the world is, “Tell me about yourself.” This is considered an icebreaker question and is generally used as a gauge of a candidate’s overall interpersonal skills and nervousness. Other icebreaker questions might be “What events have brought you to my office today?” or “Why should I be interviewing you today instead of 300 other candidates?”

More details on what's coming to Meet and Classroom Spot missed citations with enhanced originality reports Originality reports, which are built into Classroom and Assignments, provide educators with flags for potential plagiarism in student work and also help students quickly identify passages that may need citations. Now, we’re making originality reports even more helpful. First, we’re raising the number of originality reports that educators can use per class from three to five. (Educators with G Suite Enterprise for Education licenses will continue to get unlimited originality reports.)

5 Big Tech Trends Worth Watching This School Year Sure, there will be new apps, devices, and gadgets in schools across the country this year. But deeper forces are also at work: Dozens of states are in the midst of adding an entirely new academic discipline, computer science. Sensing schools’ safety fears and the possibility of a new market, security companies are making a strong push to get into K-12.

How an oil shortage in the 1970s shaped today's economic policy Oil producers in the United States pumped an average 8.7 million barrels per day last week, according to the department of energy. Although that is impressive, this was not always the case. In October of 1973, the Arab members of OPEC placed an embargo on the U.S. in response to its support of Israel and the Yom Kippur War. The result was an oil shortage across the country, and a crash course for Americans on the limits of their government’s power. Hear Jacobs’ conversation in the audio player above and read an excerpt below. Forty years ago, Americans were suffering from what contemporaries called “the energy crisis,” a crisis that in many ways defined the decade of the 1970s.

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