Technology trends

5 tech trends that can shape the future of education

Technology plays a very important role in helping everyone survive in this 21st century. Without it, we cannot imagine this world. Gradually, it worked its way into our daily lives, making its grip tighter in every aspect. Since Covid-19 arrived, technology has proven to be a boon for the education sector. Educators understood the role of digitization some time ago, but this pandemic has given it a sudden boost and boost.


A variety of solutions have been employed with varying success rates and, due to the drastic change in technology, would help change the face of education around the world.

Technology will help repair the quality of education, education system, communication, providing enriched resources.

With the growing awareness of the distinguished role of technology, progress is about to begin and open a new path that will bring a revolution to young minds.


According to a survey by the School of Education, 75% of educators believed that learning textbooks would be replaced by learning digital content. To appease the learners towards technology driven methods, some technological marvels are all the rage these days.

To name a few, we can mention artificial intelligence (AI), learning management systems (LMS), augmented and virtual reality, gamification, blockchain.


  • Following the report published by eLearning Industry, 47% of learning tools will be combined with artificial intelligence
  • Artificial intelligence can help in tutoring, where chat bots are the perfect mix for when teachers don’t have time after hours

  • It also conforms to the intelligence level, preferences and speed of the learner, so that they can get the most out of it.


The Learning Management System (LMS) is a forum under development for building and tracking online learning activities and initiatives.

  • It helps develop and deliver content, lectures, teaching aids, mitigate and maintain communications

  • Through the LMS, tutors can keep an eye on their service’s roster, grades, and review dates, creating a chance for parents to get involved in their child’s learning.


Augmented reality is environmentally friendly, which makes learning an experiential approach whose explicit role is the engagement of students, the understanding of abstract concepts and the provision of expertise in virtual mode.

This technology-driven information is added to the existing environment while virtual reality creates a whole new environment.


Gamification is a new technological quirk where educational games are simulated to engage your visuals to learn using coding.

  • His motto is: students learn best when they are having fun.

  • It binds the students with gadgets like grading, competition, team activity which allow the students to soak up the latest information.


  • It helps students by eliminating the need for a mediator, as it makes record keeping digital by connecting it directly to learners

  • This increases transparency; like a student, while using the blockchain uploads an assignment, the technology ensures that it is not lost.

The need of the hour is to adapt to the evolving marvels of technology, because educational technology will not be a bomb but rather a reality for the coming future of education. While embracing technology as our integral part, we must not become its slave.

Article by: Prashant Jain, CEO, Oswaal Books

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