June 7, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
eMarketer estimates that 8 out of 10 pre-teens to adolescents will own and use their own smartphone or device this year. When they graduate, they’ll be part of what will soon be known as the mobile workforce. Mobility as a lifestyle is no longer just confined to the office, however. This early, high school students are at home with the fact that they can do a lot of activities – like communication and shopping – regardless of their location. While even some parts of corporate America are still dealing with mobility, education tech has already recognized this trend and, instead of denying it, is tapping into it to enhance student learning. But mobility is just one of two growing student trends that are changing the way that our young people are learning. There are two more, and education tech is leveraging on their advantages as well. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas.