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Emerging education trends for 2022

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The new school year has come. While the global pandemic has brought trials and tribulations to the world, technology is managing to keep many ships steady.
Technology has undergone many changes over the years, making it a useful asset in all sectors of society. This is particularly the case in the education sector, which seems to have changed as a result of teaching tools.
The new trend in education is an important subject for study. Virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and artificial intelligence (AI) are some of the educational technology trends everyone has heard of. Even if they’re not part of your daily life, you can see them playing a major role in the future.

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Below is a chart that highlights how communication helps students feel connected and the types of media that are most common
As educational developments continue to emerge, it is necessary to understand some important trends in education that teachers need to be familiar with
1. Educational technology trends in learning and teaching
The Internet and computers ensure that students have easy access to learning and information. As of fall 2017, more than 6.5 million students were enrolled in distance learning at degree-granting colleges and universities.
This technology-infused approach to teaching has its own challenges, but it also allows teachers the flexibility to offer their learning schedules. Students can watch a live lecture or a later recorded version. Teachers must learn to adapt to different learning styles.
2. Soft Skills Training
A report on the future of work highlights some important workplace skills, including critical thinking, problem solving, people management and creativity. In order for students to have a better and brighter future, schools and teachers must have a system to develop students’ soft skills.
3. Student trends: Shorter attention spans
A Study by Microsoft noted the overall attention span from 2000, considered the dawn of the mobile revolution, to 2015. They found attention spans dropped by an incredible four seconds — from 12 seconds to eight seconds.
Millennial attention spans aren’t easy to master, and content must have great dialogue, visuals, and an interesting story line. Younger students pay more attention to narrative and visual presentation of content.
4. Teaching vs. facilitating learning
With knowledge in hand, students have a sense of independence in their studies. Now, teachers seem to be more of a facilitator.
This presents a different challenge for teachers, who are now being asked to improve their soft skills, problem solving and leadership. Teachers must learn to create an environment that fosters teamwork and friendly dialogue.