Many experts believed that education technology (EdTech) has the ability to transform the field of education. That’s why, many tech companies have been recently investing more on EdTech platforms including Apple, Google and Amazon. Aside from revolutionizing and improving the education sector, these education technology tools also aim to inspire the imagination and arouse creativity of students.

Why Educators Should Seek Ways For Education Technology To Add Coherence To Teachers’ World

In Kaufman’s open letter, she also stressed the need for policymakers and educators to search for means for education technology “to add coherence to teachers’ world.” According to Kaufman, educators must have good instructional materials, which are structured into coherent units, in order to improve their teaching approach.

Kaufman also added the need for lessons to include materials that will help struggling and advanced students in their skill progression. But educators should also understand how those education technology materials match with state and district standards and assessments.

Education Technology To Revolutionize Education

As education technology leaders prepare for the National Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) In January 2017, newly designed technological tools will be introduced during the event. With the cutting-edge tools from Amazon Education, Discovery Education, EON Reality, Facebook and Microsoft, these EdTech apps and devices aim to “accelerate learning and improve access in the digital age.”

“As education continues to evolve, technology will play an increasingly crucial role in teaching and learning success while enabling the introduction of new strategies to improve education for students of all ages,” FETC program chair Jennifer Womble said in a press release on Market Wired. “The goal of FETC is to present attendees with the newest ideas on pedagogies and technologies that can help them implement immediate and effective changes at their school districts to improve how students learn.”

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