Transforming the future of education through advanced technology.
What does the rise of AI mean for education?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the world and education is no exception. Our new report looks at the current state of play, including apps that are available today and case studies to demonstrate where they have already made an impact.
How can we use technology to improve the future of assessment?
Existing and emerging technologies are starting to play a role in changing assessment. Our report sets five targets for the next five years to progress assessment towards being more authentic, accessible, appropriately automated, continuous and secure.
Debra Gray, principal of Grimsby Institute, part of TEC Partnership
“I know that students we are educating will be engaging with technology in their careers, that industry 4.0 advancements are transforming the world of work and that colleges must change and adapt to serve that new world.”
'As we look to a technology-powered future, let’s support everyone across society, and work to bridge the divides that COVID-19 lockdowns have laid bare.'
The second episode of the HE leaders podcast examines the new and changing needs of students and how universities can engage them in helping to design their own experience.
The student of the future
What do you think teaching and learning will be like in ten years? Fast forward to 2029 and discover Natalie_4.0, a fully immersive experience from the perspective of a history and geography undergraduate of the future.
Upskilling our workforce means upskilling our teachers
If we are to embed the increasing digital skills that industry demands in our teaching staff, colleges and businesses need to collaborate with a much more flexible and supportive approach.
Read on feweek.co.uk
Shaping the digital experience for future learners
How do FE learners at UK colleges experience technology? Shakira Martin, former NUS president, reflects on the value of a digital education.
Read on collegecommission.co.uk