With attitudes towards learning shifting post-pandemic, tech-led education programmes are being developed to meet the needs of modern students. Lumiar, a democratic school for children in Brazil, has launched its Mosaic Digital tool to facilitate holistic student development and assessment.
With the ‘great resignation’ seeing millions of Americans quit their jobs as a way to pivot their careers, many are looking to upskill through alternative edtech. Maven, a cohort-based learning platform, is helping people to study niche and trending content with its influencer-led classes.
Pandemic-led changes in how we work and learn have exposed gaps in the UK’s education system, challenging employers and schools to consider how best to teach students and prepare them for the future. So, how can brands and businesses harness tech and partnerships to support young people?
Higher education has long acted as a gatekeeper to professional employment but online coding courses in India are challenging that path and offering another route to work. For students, the low costs, repayment structure, and shorter completion times make them a compelling alternative.
COVID-19 has accelerated digital education and boosted the UK’s edtech market. What lessons can be gleaned from this new way of learning, in terms of pupil autonomy, wellbeing, and engagement, and what does the future hold for Gen Alphas, as they navigate education in a post-pandemic world?