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Upcoming Trends in Education in 2023 - Dr Christopher Abraham writes in Easy Shiksha


Dr Christopher Abraham (Professor and Head of Campus – Dubai, SP Jain School of Global Management) recently wrote an article in Easy Shiksha – a learning portal, about the upcoming trends in education in 2023. The article focuses on how advancements in technology and changes in societal needs are driving the development of new teaching methods and educational practices.

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Dr Abraham talks about the key trends that will shape the future of learning:

  • Personalised Learning
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Blended Learning
  • Increased Focus on Emotional Intelligence and Well-Being
  • Sustainability and Environmental Education
  • Remote Learning
  • Collaborative Co-Learning

Dr Abraham concludes, "2023 promises to be a year of exciting changes in the education sector, with new technologies and innovative teaching methods set to transform students' learning. Whether through personalised learning, virtual and augmented reality, or a focus on emotional intelligence and well-being, the future of education is looking bright with new opportunities!"

To read the full article, please click here.



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