A look at the top EdTech trends as we march onto 2019
Technology and education are words that in recent years seem to go hand in hand, but do we really know the importance that one can have over the other?
This year we have expanded our participation in 5 countries: Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Spain.
Founded in 2010 BlinkLearning platform is used by more than 1.5 million users in 10,000 schools and is currently present in 44 countries. BlinkLearning is one of the only thirteen education companies listed in FT 1000.
The Minuto de Dios University Corporation – UNIMINUTO – will be BlinkLearning’s main partner in promoting the #Realinfluencers movement aiming to recognize the role of the teacher in society.
The network of Peruvian schools becomes the first in the country to offer BlinkLearning services to their teachers and students. The largest network of schools in Peru, Innova has 37,000 students enrolled who learn with the Blended Learning methodology.
2017 EdTechXGlobal All Stars Growth Awards – 179 companies from 32 coutries submitted their applications and Blinklearning was included in its shortlist.
The 3rd Survey on the use of technology in the classroom had the participation of 2,078 teachers from Spain and Latin America.
Con motivo de la finalización del curso académico 2016-17, BlinkLearning publica los resultados del III Estudio sobre el uso de la Tecnología en el Aula.
We review the main EdTech trends for 2017. Gamification, Adaptive Learning and Virtual Reality, key concepts for education.
Relotacion, flexibility, personalized learning… ¿which tendencies have impacted education in 2016? We take a look at them.