6 Ways in which edtech shapes teacher training programs

The global edtech market will see a rise in global spending of $342b by 2025. For teachers, that means edtech is here to stay, as more and more schools and universities are moving towards partial or complete digitization.

However, things are not as rosy as they seem. The edtech industry as a whole has a problem: the successful adoption of technology in the classroom.

When we talk about integrating technology, there’s often the question of training current educators how to use it. That in itself is a good thing, but why wait until they step inside a classroom for the first time? Indeed, I think that the current situation demands a proactive strategy: training future teachers how to use technology.

That’s because change starts with the teachers themselves. If future teachers are taught in the same way as the older generation, they’ll miss the opportunity to learn about edtech early on. There are many ramifications to this problem, but the biggest issue is that they’ll be left to learn on their own if their future workplaces don’t provide adequate support for teaching with technology.

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