Featured 2020 Winners
The EdTech industry will reach a global value of $252 billion by the year 2020.
The EdTech market in North America is expected to continue growing rapidly, with a 9% CAGR forecast through 2019.
Education and training industry will grow to $8 Trillion by 2025
Breakthrough in EdTech
Education underpins economic, social and financial prosperity for every country in the world. Despite this fact, education has also traditionally been one of the slowest segments to innovate through technology.
Our current education systems and tools were designed for the industrial age and not necessarily the needs of today’s rapid pace of ongoing learning and work requirements. Without change, current education models, tools and systems are unlikely to be able to service the future global demand for education.
Fortunately, we are witnessing a significant emergence of educational technology that is disrupting traditional educational models, with a growing list of EdTech companies and products.
With the exponential growth in the number of EdTech companies in the industry, how can you stand out in a crowded market? How do you break out from the EdTech noise? Nominate for an EdTech Breakthrough Award and BREAKTHROUGH!
Submission Period: January 15 – March 26, 2021
Complete and submit for your entry online by March 26, 2021. Emailed or hard copy submission forms will not be accepted.
You may submit the same product in multiple categories.
EdTech Breakthrough Award
We are passionate about what technology can do for the world and especially within the field of education, and we are committed to providing a platform for recognition dedicated to standout EdTech companies and products throughout the world.
The EdTech Breakthrough Awards recognize the top technology companies, solutions and products in the education industry today.
Emerging EdTech Trends to Watch
Increasingly data-driven, EdTech solutions are applying technologies for personalization and adaptive learning, as well as video content, gamification and immersion technology to change the way people learn. Technologies such as after-school and adult learning apps, virtual environments and online degrees could redefine formal higher education and transform the traditional career path. A student can now easily upload homework through a portal, learn chemistry through 3D immersion and engage in social learning across the globe.
Online and mobile encourages learning through rewards and game mechanics, thus improving interaction, retention and comprehension. It can also teach social – emotional learning (SEL) and collaboration skills.
PERSONALISATION AND ADAPTIVE LEARNING
Adaptive learning technologies use data on individual achievements and progress to develop programmers specific to the learner’s speed, ability and interest.
Virtual and augmented reality technologies mimic real life settings in areas such as virtual field trips, anatomy and scientific laboratories. Beyond classrooms, these technologies are applied in mining, oil and gas, medicine and other professional sectors.