Understanding the Research and Analytics Behind Educational Trends

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Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.

Voices of eLearning host JW Marshall has discussed the future of eLearning and the learning loss phenomenon throughout 2020, but this week he’s taking a look at how to interpret the immense amount of data that EdTech professionals are poring through to better understand how schools can maximize online learning.

To get a further understanding of the recent surveys in the EdTech field, Marshall sits down with Frank Catalano, consultant and contributing writer for EdSurge. Catalano dives into the origins of his twice-monthly column with the education publisher and why analyzing the methodology behind each industry survey is key to understanding any possible underlining agendas.

Even though we are now a year into COVID and the experiment with remote learning, multiple studies are showing that teachers are feeling less confident with their current tools and want more professional development options in educating them further on how to maximize online learning to ensure their students’ success.

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