Education Technology: How EdTech Can Bridge The Learning Gap In The Age Of Industrial …

U.S. President Barack Obama tours a seventh grade classroom that uses technology to enhance students’ learning experience, prior to delivering remarks on the ConnectED Initiative at Buck Lodge Middle School February 4, 2014 in Adelphi, Maryland.(Photo : Jim Lo Scalzo-Pool/Getty Images) In the age of industrial revolution, the demand for competency-based hiring is on the rise, making professional education degrees appeared irrelevant in most job descriptions. That’s why, many experts believed that education technology’s (EdTech) potential to transform the field of education can also be useful in bridging the burgeoning skills and learning gap in the workforce industry. Like Us on Facebook Advertisement As professional education continuously evolves, having a college degree seemed to have lost its importance in the society these days. In fact, only 20 percent of college…


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