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This Week in EdTech – What’s in Store for 2016

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Welcome to This Week in EdTech, our weekly recap of all things education and edtech, and welcome to 2016! This week we’re taking a look at all the edtech predictions and resolutions for 2016. Ready? Let’s go!

Outlook: Leaders Focus on Each Student

District Administration recently surveyed K-12 school leaders on their priorities for 2016. Improving student outcomes came out on top, which will require teachers and districts to collaborate to personalize learning for the individual student.

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The Year of Agency

Beth Holland of EdTechTeacher writes that the education environment in 2016 will bring about more student independence and active learning.

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The K-12 Marketplace: What to Look for in 2016

EdWeek Market Brief compiled a list of things that K-12 school leaders should keep an eye on in 2016, ranging from the new ESSA law to learning analytics.

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4 K-12 Tech Developments to Keep an Eye on in 2016

Education Dive takes a look at what the top edtech trends will be for 2016 in K-12.

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Higher Ed CIOs Share Campus Tech Predictions for 2016

Five CIOs shared their opinions on what 2016 has in store for higher ed, including CBE, accessible technology, and student retention systems.

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5 Tech Trends that Could Supercharge Education in 2016

EdTech Magazine’s predictions take a high tech look at the gadgets that are starting to appear in classrooms, such as 3D printers and wearables, and how they may affect classrooms.

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Learning Support Technologies in 2016

Learning Solutions Magazine takes a more practical look at 2016; the trends from 2015 that will be key to L&D strategies in 2016, those that will grow in adoption this year, and finally a couple of “disruptors”.

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EdTech Around the World

What Does 2016 Have in Store for Higher Education?

2016 predictions for higher ed in the UK, from league tables to MOOCs to the potential “Brexit”.

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E-learning for Africa Held Back by Power Shortage

There’s potential for eLearning to drastically improve access to education in Africa, but a lack of power is hindering technology deployments.

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L&D Trends in 2016 and Their Impact on E-learning in Australia

EdTech Futures takes a look at the L&D trends for 2016, including gamification and mobile, and the impact they will have on eLearning in Australia.

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