What to Expect From the Education Industry in 2022-2023 School Year

Whether students will go to school if they can learn online? How is AI changing the learning experience paradigm? What soft skills need to be raised in students to make them more relevant in the labor market and help them get high-paying jobs? These questions are on the educational industry's agenda. Students, pupils, parents, and teachers all want to know what to expect from education in the new year. At Educate Online, we provide distance education from the best schools overseas and prepare students for access to the world's top schools and universities. We have firsthand knowledge of the industry trends and will share what to expect from education in the new year.

Online education replaces the traditional one

The pandemic has clearly demonstrated that it is possible to study remotely without attending an educational institution in order to obtain knowledge. It is possible to get information from anywhere in the world - if only one had access to the Internet, and the online format opens up more opportunities for personalization of learning content, immersive learning experiences, and learning student behavior. As a result, universities and schools are increasing their technical capabilities for online programs, which is a driver of distance education development. For example, the online education market in India is predicted to increase by $2.28 bn during 2022-2026 progressing at a CAGR of 19.50% during the forecast period.

Our solution: following this trend, Educate Online provides an opportunity to study at local and international schools at one time (dual diploma programs) or replace local schools with American, British, or Canadian (full-time diplomas). Without the need to fly to another country, and spend money for accommodation and out-of-pocket expenses there, students receive internationally recognized diplomas from accredited schools.

Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Learning

While shopping online, choosing a movie on Netflix, or listening to music on Spotify, AI follows us and influences our choices, making our experience of interacting with the resource more comfortable. Of course, education can't be left out of this trend. As Global Market Insights Inc. reports, AI in the Education Market size will reach $80 billion by 2030. Artificial intelligence and augmented reality in education increase student engagement, add fun and gamification and allow students to learn about a subject in detail in an interesting way.

Our solution: Realizing that subjects such as biology, chemistry, and physics are very difficult to learn online without hands-on interaction, we created virtual labs through augmented reality. We are also now working on implementing a virtual reality platform in the metaverse that will create a more immersive experience and increase interest in learning.

Soft skills development

According to The World Economic Forum Future of Jobs report, in 3 years employers will demand soft skills like problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity, teamwork skills along with professional skills. That's why the challenge is to develop on-demand soft skills through a screen in the new online environment. It is important to start doing this from school - the earlier a student can master these skills, the better their chances of adapting to adulthood, getting a job, and succeeding in their careers.

According to LinkedIn research, the most demanded soft skills today are the ability to communicate, build cohesive teamwork, creativity, adaptability, critical thinking, and social skills.

Our solution: Along with teaching professional skills, the mentors of Educate Online took seriously soft-skills development. The curriculum is structured in an interactive way of teaching creativity, listening, how to collaborate with each other, finding solutions to complex problems, time management, and other personal attributes that will help the student achieve success. In addition, students can join weekly speaking clubs to improve their language and networking skills.

Mentoring students throughout the learning process

One teacher for an entire classroom of students is a relic of the past. Alone he is not even physically able to pay attention to each student, understand his needs and difficulties in learning, and help. Therefore, another trend in 2022 that will remain for a long time is small group learning and mentoring. The mentor tracks the student's progress, provides a personalized approach to learning, and becomes a real guide for the student to the profession. And, of course, his task is to increase engagement, motivation, and interest in learning.

Our solution: we create small groups of students with up to 30 people (on average, a group consists of 8 people), which helps to work more carefully with each of them. Educate Online mentors to help determine the direction of the training if necessary, monitor the results, and provide progress reports to the student and parents.

Hands-on experience is crucial

It would be boring for a child to learn math or physics at school for 12 years if they don't understand how it will help in life. Ask yourself - how often in your adult life have you solved equations or have you ever needed a single chemical formula? If theoretical knowledge is useful for understanding fundamental things, the practical component of learning is based on real-life challenges. For this reason, the educational system is increasingly adapting itself to the demands of the market and redesigning education in such a way as to provide applied knowledge from school onward.

Our solution: Educate Online students can ask for career consulting to find out what they are most talented in and how to combine it with today's in-demand professions.

Education is developing by leaps and bounds, and the educational system has no choice but to adapt to the needs of today's students, adapt the process to an online format, and provide more and more applied knowledge. This is the only way for school and university graduates to start their careers immediately after graduation without having to retrain in courses for current skills and professions.


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