5 Biggest Barriers to Education Technology

It’s hard to imagine going hours without using any sort of common technology in the course of our daily lives, but that’s exactly what happens in many classrooms across America. While education technology has grown as a field over the past few years, many schools and classrooms struggle with adopting new technology. Teachers and administrators face a multitude of hurdles and a general lack of support for education technology initiatives. For example, 71% of teachers in a 2015 survey said

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Who Actually Started Online Education?

While we tend to think of online education as a phenomenon welded largely to the past decade, in reality its history extends significantly further back than that. Think “before the Internet was even a thing that existed.” Experiments in welding computing to the classroom are almost as old as computing itself, with recognizable components of current Internet-based learning roughly (very roughly) appearing around the late 1950s and early 1960s. We realize, of course, that plenty more pioneers contributed to the

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Add Coding to Your MBA Resume: Learning Tech to Improve Your Business Job Prospects

The internet and mobile revolution is making so many changes in how companies do business. These days, an MBA is not enough to open doors and land you lucrative jobs in the tech industry. Unless you have a Master’s in Business Analytics, a highly sought after field, or you know how to code, you won’t have a competitive edge over other applicants. Coding skills make your resume more attractive. Based on a survey conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council,

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