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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015: The Business of Ed-Tech

This is the tenth and final article in my series Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015

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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015: The Business of Ed-Tech

This is the tenth and final article in my series Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015

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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015: Indie Ed-Tech

This is the ninth article in my series Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015

Here’s what I wrote last year when I chose “the Indie Web” as one of the “Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2014”:

This is an aspirational post. After some 35,000 words in a series that has been pretty critical about the state of education technology in 2014, I want to write about something that gives me hope. I believe we can do better.

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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015: Beyond the MOOC

This is the sixth article in my series Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015

From The Wall Street Journal in June, “Daphne Koller on the Future of Online Education”:

“If you put an instructor to sleep 300 years ago and woke him up in a classroom today, he’ll say, ‘Oh, I know exactly where I am,’” says Daphne Koller, co-founder of the online-education company Coursera.

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I’m halfway through my year-end review of (what I think are) the important trends in education technology in 2015.

The word count for the series so far hovers around 34,000, and I have a lot more to say. (I'm sorry. You're welcome.)

This project is a substantial undertaking, but I think it’s worthwhile compiling an overview and analysis of “what happened,” particularly as the education technology industry and the ed-tech press seem prone to forget the past so quickly.

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