Education platforms aimed at the emerging world, where the hunger for scalable education is almost incalculable, can make the difference. Some of them are already validated solutions in developed countries but adapted to fit the local needs and resources.
The edtech market is currently aimed mostly at students, but a very important part of the teaching ecosystem, the teacher, has been ignored. A three-pronged strategy can enable teachers rather than threaten to replace them.
1. Efficiency in addressing a larger number of students: so that a lesser number of teachers can handle a greater number of students easily.
2. Better lesson planning: imparting a basic course in lesser time with better retention value for students.
3. Streamline assessments: faster and efficient evaluation tools.The edtech market currently aims mostly at the students, helping them with visual content, taking mock tests, mobile, and video-based learnings and even peer learning. A very important part of the teaching ecosystem, the teacher, has been ignored
Laura Truncellito- Laura is the founder and CEO of Language Scholars, LLC, a company which seeks to utilize cutting edge technology to enhance global learning and communication. firstname.lastname@example.org
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