Digital equity remains a top hurdle to teaching and learning innovation in schools, while personalization and SEL will help accelerate innovation, according to a glimpse of CoSN’s next Driving K-12 Innovation report.
CoSN’s Driving K-12 Innovation initiative is an ongoing effort to keep school IT leaders up-to-date on how new technologies impact different education stakeholders. The report and key findings will be available here in the coming months.
Hurdles hinder innovation in schools, while accelerators support and buoy edtech innovation in teaching and learning.
The top hurdles for 2020 are:
1. Scaling and sustaining innovation
2. Data privacy and ownership
3. Evolution of teaching and learning
4. Pedagogy vs. technology gap
5. Digital equity
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