Guest Blog: Digital Trends that Will Transform the Future of Teaching

[Editor’s note: This blog has been edited for length and clarity.]

In 2021, the digital transition accelerated its pace. Nowadays, tech inventions are a must-have in the workplace and in education. Since new technologies have generally made the world a better place, more companies are investing money in tech. 

During the COVID-19 lockdown, companies in the education sector faced a difficult situation. Those who didn’t have the right tools couldn’t offer their services. On the other hand, many were able to adapt and start offering programs online. 

E-learning has become very popular, and companies are quickly developing and adopting digital alternatives. This article will help you understand how emerging technologies affect the education sector and what the future of education will look like.

Virtual reality

VR is indeed changing the future of teaching by helping companies provide better experiences. There’s no better way to learn how to do something than doing it with your own hands. VR allows students to develop their potential in different types of scenarios.

VR has improved the way students learn and has made the job of teachers and tutors much easier and effective. And the technology has direct application for students entering the workforce, as many companies are exploring VR solutions as tools for corporate skills training.

Personalized education

Years ago, personalized education was just a dream. However, it’s now real, thanks to AI and data scientists. Machine learning algorithms are capable of analyzing collected data and providing suggestions. Hence, companies can more easily identify their weaknesses and improve the way they teach at all levels and for all students. Personalized education also makes students feel special and more motivated, which leads to better learning outcomes.

Take AceReader, for example. It’s an online software program designed to increase your reading speed, comprehension, and fluency, whether you’re a beginning reader or an adult who wants to read better. You can use it to improve your reading in whatever context and subject you like. It also includes fun exercises and games for readers of all ages.

Personalized learning will undoubtedly become more popular in the next decade since it involves more discovery-based methods. As a result, students will learn at their own pace and see greater achievement as a result. This fuels a hunger for learning and makes teachers’ jobs more targeted and rewarding.

AI-powered platforms

Artificial intelligence is becoming more widespread, and one of its most common applications is automation, including in the education industry. For example, AI platforms can keep track of students’ performance, giving an extra hand in customer service, financials, and grading management. 

Tutorbird is a popular platform that allows students to interact with their teachers and attend classes. The platform offers several features to companies that make managing payments more comfortable. The platform also has a blog that allows teachers to post important content and provide students with any resources they feel necessary. Other AI-driven platforms offer similar benefits.

Internet of Things

It’s no surprise that IoT has already landed in classrooms since IoT devices are almost everywhere. Smart whiteboards are now a real thing, and many teachers are using them to make teaching more fun. Smart whiteboards are eco-friendly, as using real markers is not necessary. Also, teachers can import internet-based educational games to keep students focused and help with absorbing material. 

Some schools provide teachers and students with mobile devices to improve communication. As a result, they can interact in real-time and share important material when necessary.


EdTech is transforming the education sector, and all indications are that it will only grow in importance, meaning those schools and companies that don’t adopt new teaching methods will be left behind. More companies will invest in new technologies to provide the best educational experience possible for their students, making e-learning key to participating in global education.


Maria Elena Gonzalez is a broadcast journalist and has been working as a tech writer for almost three years. During this time, her work has been published by companies like TechAccute, Trip University, and Entrepreneur.

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