The Future of Education Technology: Highlights From the Horizon K-12 Report

Alex J Podchaski, Alice Keeler, Samantha Adams Becker

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The New Media Consortium's Horizon Report is an annual study that identifies the emerging technologies,trends and challenges set to impact K-12 education in the next five years. In this segment of Edetechchat Radio, we provide highlights, projections and commentary on the report gleaned from last week's #Edtechchat.

 

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