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4 Education Technology Myths to Leave Behind in 2015 – Top Hat Blog

Myth 1: Wearable technology in education is a “thing of the distant future” “Everything is to be done and everything is possible.” -Miquel Martí i Pol   Wearable technology’s role in education is closer than you think. In fact, New Media Consortium Horizon’s 2013 report claims that “wearable technology will be a common classroom staple in 4-5 years.”  According to Juniper Research, “13 million wearable technology devices were shipped in 2013 and expected to increase to 170 million by 2018.” The increasing accessibility and application of wearable technology is making its debut into many industries, and education is next. Holding the belief that wearable technology’s application in education is “somewhere in the distant future” will have you finding yourself trying to play catch up. Today educators have the ability to introduce video into the classroom, to use technology to flip their..

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