Emerging edtech trends for the year ahead…14 Jun 2018
We’re thrilled to launch the Bett Innovation Index, an annual survey which explores how educators are approaching innovation in education. As a result of surveying over 1,700 educators from the UK and EU on their attitudes and experiences of edtech, the first set of findings reveal that adaptive learning technologies, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are emerging as big topics for 2018.
"The survey results demonstrate how educators are engaging new approaches to pedagogy and technology and begins to identify which innovations look to be the next big thing."
Helene Moran, Director, Shift Learning
Some key findings on education technology adoption:
Dive deeper and read the findings and trends for the year ahead…
About the Bett Global Series and Shift Learning
The Bett Global Series brings world-class events which present the latest, most innovative products, services and insight to the global education community. At Bett we embrace ideas that will inspire the future of education and through technology and solutions will make huge advancement possible. At the Bett events, educators, tech experts, government officials and entrepreneurs come together to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education, as well as the role technology and innovation plays in enabling all educators and learners to thrive.
Shift Learning is a boutique research consultancy working exclusively for the education sector, with a team of 16 permanent researchers and an additional network of experienced interviewers. The company was started in 2001 and is based in London. We run many large and small projects each year, often including a combination of methodologies such as qualitative and quantitative research, desk research and user testing.
We are experienced in creating the best research design for our clients, taking into account the individuality of each client, project and respondent group. We work across a number of areas of the education sector, which gives us valuable insights into the relationship between these subsectors.