The draft NEP 2019 still talks about the supplemental role of technology in education when the developed world has moved much ahead in devising technological innovations for improving pedagogy in education.

Is Draft National Education Policy 2019 Anywhere Near Education 4.0?

Industry 4.0 is a reality across industries, and Education 4.0 is a necessary response to the requirements of Industry 4.0. No education policy today can succeed if it alienates itself from the needs of Education 4.0. Does Draft National Education Policy take this fact into account?

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Catering to the K-6 learners is one of the most difficult instructional challenges as the learners are so young that they cannot take responsibility of their own learning.

10 EdTech Companies in India to Follow for Innovative K-6 Learning Programs

K-5 segment is witnessing increasing number of EdTech companies trying their luck to lure early learners with their different solutions. However, not all are doing well! Here is a list of 10 EdTech companies with good future.

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The landmark Paris OER declaration in 2012 calling all the governments worldwide to openly license educational material for public use. | Image Source: Pixabay.

Can Open Educational Resources Take Education Beyond Utopian Equity & Quality?

Education is seen as the tool to bring progressive changes in society. However, the cost of access to quality learning material and teachers makes it sound more utopian than practical. Will then the concept of open educational resources (OERs) prove worthwhile for egalitarian goals of education?

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Blended learning has been a successful trend in education and quite in vogue in the developed countries over past few decades.

Blended Learning: The Way Forward Amid F2F-Online Conflict in India

Blended learning is the best way to fill the gaps of face-to-face and online modes of learning in India. The F2F classroom interaction is condemned for killing creativity and individualization

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Despite reluctance on part of conventional education system to readily accept online learning as a viable mode of imparting education, online learning industry is making substantial (if not great) strides in mobilizing learners in its favor.

India’s E-Learning Market Outlook Showing Healthy Maneuvers

Favourable demographics, sizeable student population, and voluminous demand for education are strong drivers for e-learning industry’s vigorous growth. The industry’s growth outlook is extremely positive despite prevailing education structure being tardy in its responses to the latest medium.

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The challenge of online learning on the one hand is to build trust among learners and to bring pedagogical innovations to overcome deficiencies of old system on the other.

10 Effective Strategies for Higher Learners Engagement in OLE

MOOCs and various online courses are often criticized for their high drop-out ratios and its inability to motivate learners to persist. These online courses often replicates monotonous face-to-face learning without overcoming its inefficiencies.

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We provide you a brief about 10 such Indian Edtech companies who are creating an impact and becoming flag bearers of e-learning industry in India, creating a ground for the future.

Top 10 Indian EdTech Companies Making Long-Term Impact

The current e-learning market size in India pegged at around USD 247 million is just the tip of the iceberg to become visible shortly once the front-line EdTech companies get past initial market turbulence and organize the industry. Courseware World brings you a list of top 10 e-learning companies fighting to carve a niche and create a new market.

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The education sector is steadily moving away from the clutches of traditional systems towards a new digital and smarter transformation. The applications of AI and ML are tremendous in education.

Artificial Intelligence Shifting Education From Generic Classroom to Individualized Learning

Current education system is criticized for its inability to deliver tailor-made learning to all its learners. With the new technologies impacting our lives in improbable ways, education is no longer bereft of its advantages and actualizing models of learning hitherto only imaginable.

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About 700 LMSes are available in the market today, some of which are installed type and others cloud based.

Learning Management Systems, Tools of Today’s and Tomorrow’s Learning

While learning management systems are making it easy for the teachers to create, manage and monitor their online courses, it is also allowing learners to fully manage and track their own learning by opening up new doorways towards flexible and individualized learning. Its potential to completely replace face-to-face classroom teaching in coming times can’t be negated.

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A cursory inquiry into the question how technologies influenced the field of education and learning in time.

Technology Driven Influences and Trends Changing Indian Education Spectrum

An ancestor from the previous century if happens to time travel would literally scratch his head on seeing everyone busy with their smart phones. These smartphones have also become a conduit for learning dissemination of late by integrating technological trends of many fields.

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The major players of MOOCs worldwide are Coursera, MIT’s Edex, and Udacity, to name a few, apart from the prestigious universities like Harvard, Cambridge, The Open University (OU) which are also providing courses on their own MOOCs.

MOOCs, an Educational Innovation Ensuring Greater Learners’ Participation Online

With potential to change the educational landscape, MOOCs are rising as an educational innovation. After an overwhelming initial response, MOOC providers are trying to sustain the momentum by bringing in more research and development using the latest technology backed by an effective pedagogy.

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Flexibility of studying anywhere at any location, duration of programme, interactivity, communication, support services, etc. also come under the true meaning of flexible learning.

Flexible Learning, a Concept That Truly Resonates With New India’s Educational Needs

There is a consensus towards convergence of technology leading to more flexible learning which is believed to inculcate higher order critical thinking skills and generate deep learning.

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Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and immersive experiences are today adding new heights how content can be better personalized and learning experiences better organized.

Personalized Learning as a Trend in India: Is Time Right?

Is it then right time to discuss personalized learning as a possibility to drive more purposeful learner’s engagement in India?

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