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The integration of mobile technologies into the learning experience supports new and exciting ways of delivering engaging content; it also helps build the digital skills young people need beyond education. Tom Crump, education programme manager at Apple solutions company GBM and Sync, looks at the five educational challenges highlighted by the education secretary, and how schools can use technology to address them. First in a series as education technology experts from across the world of education look back on a year of innovation, and anticipate what the coming year might bring for schools, colleges and universities.
Modern technological tools mean there's little excuse for higher education dropout rates to be on the rise, says D2L's Elliot Gowans. Carl Sheen, of Genee World, discusses how gamification has developed in education, and how it can continue to engage students.
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