2015 Ten Trends
2020 has been a year of review. We look back at the trends that have impacted education over the last 15 years, some of which are more relevant than ever.
The Maker movement has grown out of a desire to use technology for active creation rather than passive consumption. Advances in the areas of 3D printing, programming, electronics and robotics mean that it is possible for learners of all ages to be creators and solvers of problems using technology.
Learning analytics is the collection, analysis and reporting of large datasets relating to learners and their contexts. As more and more learning activities take place digitally, and as more and more data is gathered about learner progress, we have the opportunity to be more evidence-based in how we support learners.