Education technology is hot. Do you have the skills and knowledge to get in?
Yesterday’s skills won’t do because EdTech has been transformed by the pandemic. Remote learning, once merely an interesting idea, is now the norm. Ditto for giving every student a Chromebook or PC.
Those changes translate into a lot of business — and a lot of money. Last year global EdTech sales approached $255 billion, according to Arizton Advisory & Intelligence. Looking ahead, the market researcher expects EdTech sales to grow by an average of 15.5% a year through 2027, when total worldwide sales should reach $605.4 billion.
Need new skills for the fast-changing, fast-growing EdTech market? Intel Partner University is here to help. Check out these 4 new online courses:
In this course you’ll learn about the research and recommendations from the Intel-commissioned 2021 Multitasking in the Virtual Classroom study.
The study quantifies how powerful Intel processors have a significant impact on the ability of educators and students to experience and participate in a seamless, synchronous virtual learning experience. (20 minutes; 5 credits)
Ready to explore the world of collegiate eSports — and how Intel helps to drive growth with technology, events, and partnerships? This class will show you how. You’ll also learn how you can partner with Intel to drive growth in your own eSports business. (20 minutes; 5 credits)
Learn about the transformation that’s happening in education and the workplace. Then discover how you can best equip students with the devices they’ll use today to develop the skills for tomorrow. (20 minutes; 5 credits)
Take this course to learn how Intel collaborates with community colleges to provide over 200 hours of Artificial Intelligence content in a “train the trainer” model.
It’s all done through Intel’s AI for Workforce Program, a program being adopted by community colleges across the United States. This program, part of Intel's Digital Readiness portfolio, equips current and future workers with key AI skills.
In this course you’ll also discover how Intel can support your customers in building and implementing this program. (20 minutes; 5 credits)