From Subway Reading Initiatives to Girl-Targeted Tech Programs

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 23, 2016
The 2015 education trends reveal how technology can be leveraged for the purpose of education. Although many people still think of education as the time one spends in the classroom, new technology is gradually shifting the way that we learn. From mobile libraries to code-teaching camps, education is taking on a new and exciting form.

These days, children adapt to technology at a very early age. As a result, many companies are using apps, robots and other types of technology to encourage a love of learning. Some examples of these kinds of high-tech products include virtual learning headsets, educational coding apps and space experiment kits.

However, educational technology is not limited to children. Indeed, the 2015 education trends reveal a significant effort to help adults continue learning as they age. These skills can range from basic literacy to something as complex as learning how to code.

For a more in-depth forecast of the coming months, consult the 2016 Trend Report.