Do your children have innate coding skills? You might want to evaluate what skills they learn by hiring a young entrepreneur or training them yourself. Our E5 Schools ranks Silicon Valley superstars like Udacity, UpWork, and Exponential Thinking’s Pathway to Profits – Schools. This, alongside the growing movement towards coding, at least 20 short coding classes offered at schools and colleges across the country, and the $40 billion Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba, that’s prepping to roll out its own video teaching platform (with rumors that the company might launch an “Altech University”).
So what will the next five years hold for education technology? What innovations will shake up our children’s education like Generation Z’s Instagram?
Consider that, in 2018, the United States spends $10,000 on a private kindergarten for every child. Why not get that money back by investing in at-home and online learning solutions for kids’ once-in-a-lifetime college education – including gaining real-world experience, advance placement coursework, internships, and especially classroom resources?
Forbes’ Bernard Marr introduces us to the technologies and approaches that will redefine learning in the coming years, in order of appearance.