The Evolution of In-Class Technology: Maverick of Marketing
Welcome to the Maverick of Marketing Radio Show! On this week’s episode, host Shannon Maverick was joined by Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin for a discussion the latest news stories, including NASA’s recent call for astronaut applications and its implications around the globe, Wells Fargo’s recent fine for a fake-account scandal, and more.
Maverick was also joined by BenQ Senior Director of Business Development Bob Wudeck and Digital Marketing Manager Carly Burton Sallay to get their thoughts on innovations and technology in classrooms.
Specifically, the trio touched on how in-classroom technology has evolved, highlighting the overall path forward for the EdTech industry as a new decade begins.
Wudeck said the primary purpose of educational technology is to bridge gaps in learning for students.
The technology-native nature of younger students, Burton Sallay said, is also a key factor.
“They’re introduced to technology basically the moment they’re out of the womb,” she said. “They are learning at a different pace and in a different way than we ever did when we were younger.”
That comfort, Burton Sallay said, has allowed for a greater role for technology in students’ lives than ever before.
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