Five Ways to Help the Ed-Tech Community Thrive
Published May 24, 2016
As the world of ed-tech evolves, we’re doing our part to support its growth.
When used with purpose and precision, technology has the power to invigorate instruction and dramatically improve learning outcomes. At McGraw-Hill Education, we believe that educational technology reaching its full potential requires cooperation among all members of the education and technology communities, from developers to the individual end-users in classrooms.
Our company leaders are outspoken advocates for standards and collaboration throughout the ed-tech industry. Here’s a look at five things educational and tech organizations can do to spur continued growth and innovation in today’s dynamic digital learning environment.
Sharpen the focus on personalized, adaptive learning solutions. | "McGraw-Hill CDO Stephen Laster is Changing Education for the Better" in Hot Topics
Encourage participation in the conversation about reshaping the future of education. | "The Problem with High School Nostalgia" in U.S. News and Opinion
Challenge all members of the digital learning community to strive for standards in access and interoperability. | "The Future of Education Isn't Free. It's Open." in EdSurge
Support and mentor ed-tech startups to accelerate innovation throughout the industry. | "LearnLaunch, McGraw-Hill Education Team Up to School Edtech Startups" in The Boston Globe
Shift organizational culture for success and openness in the digital age. | “Leading a Digital Transformation” in Chief Executive Magazine
Today’s complex digital learning landscape is more interconnected and interdependent than ever. We’re proud to play a part in fueling innovation and collaboration throughout the ed-tech community.