“In ten minutes or less, students can enter someone else’s world, through a film or photo essay, and live their experience. That is a beautiful thing.” – Cleary Vaughan-Lee (Education Director, Global Oneness Project)
Technology is occupying an increasingly pervasive role in the world of education by expanding the immediacy and personalization of student contact with the rest of the world. Within the field of education, this has sparked huge debates pertaining to student experience in traditional and online classrooms. One of the most often discussed resolution to this problem is blended learning, which combines traditional face-to-face instruction with web-based online learning. Continue reading →
“Rich Lyons, dean of UC-Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, has publicly predicted that as many as half the business schools in the U.S. could shutter in as little as five years or as many as 10. How disruptive do you think this is going to be?”
— Fortune, “Colleges will survive the online education revolution”
In the past ten years, Venture Capital and Private Equity firms have gradually grow interest in internet educational companies and invested in thousands of educational startups in a global wide. As a major part of internet educational firms, online education companies make people have chance to receive education as long as they have access to Internet. Besides, online education startups not only focus on early childhood education, K12 education system, college education, also involve continuing education and vocational training.