Navigating Digital Learning: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Online Tutoring

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Online Tutoring.

Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) has profoundly influenced various sectors, including education. The integration of AI in online tutoring has opened up new avenues for personalized learning, real-time feedback, and enhanced student engagement. This article explores the role of AI in online tutoring, examining its benefits, applications, and future implications for digital education. Section 1: Personalized […]

Why Ed-Tech Industry

Why Edtech Industry

It has never been better than today to be involved in the ed-tech space. The learners and institutions have realized the growth potential of this sector with comprehensive technologies, innovative learning styles and systems, institutional transformations, and so on. According to Fortune Business Insights, the market size of global ed-tech and classrooms was valued at […]

Why the Education Expenses are Rising and How to Deal with it?

Why are education expenses are rising

A point raised by the National Center for Education Statistics states that an average student’s decision on whether they want to attend college or not is entirely up to their family finances. The education expenses are the biggest concern for freshers, which puts them in a dilemma “Should I go to college or not”? Providing […]

Emerging Technology is an Intersection of Humanity and Technology: Brad Waid on AR/VR

“Embrace the technology and use it. Whether you’re a teacher or a student, or you’re in the industry, try to use technologies like virtual and augmented reality in a way that will benefit humanity”.  This is how Brad Waid is encouraging everyone to utilize digital technology to its best advantage.  In recent years, virtual and […]

Challenges in Education System: PJ Caposey interview

PJ Caposey is a superintendent at district Meridian CUSD 223 in Illinois. He is a keynote speaker and an educational leader. PJ became a principal when he was just 28 and, within three years, PJ was able to lead a small-town/rural school that was historically achieving near the bottom of its county to multiple national […]

Challenges in the Current US Education System

Education experts have been voluminously telling us many things that are not going right as far as the US education system is concerned. And we are seeing the signs now. A recent survey by Morning Consult showed that only 60% of baby boomers held their trust in the public education system, and only 43% of Gen Zs […]

Censorship in Schools: Will They Hurt the Core Purpose of Learning?

What does a teacher typically do when you ask them a question? They try to answer the question and clear up your doubt. But what if the teacher is not allowed to answer the question? Where will the student go and look for the answer? Similar situations may crop up soon if certain proposed bills […]

Things That We Should Know About the Teacher Shortage in America

Economic cycles do not come with time but with circumstances. The clamor around the shortage of teachers is a piece of unpleasant news, baffling the district superintendents, the researchers, the schools, and now everyone. It has become a frequent media highlight. The concern is less about how this teacher shortage will be met and how […]