It feels as though we’ve embraced more change in 6 weeks than the last decade. The pace of change has accelerated due to the current ‘stay at home’ directive. So what is the future of learning?

Smart Apprentices have led the way in creating technologies that facilitate remote teaching, learning, and assessing. Integrating ‘Smart’ video conference rooms within their e-portfolio from the very first iteration of Smart Assessor e-portfolio back in 2012, who could imagine how vital that feature would be today?

Recognised as one of the 50 fastest growing UK technology companies we have had to be innovative in our talent acquisition and retention strategy to secure the best technical talent in a competitive marketplace. We introduced remote working for most of our UK workforce 5 years ago and haven’t looked back, removing the geographic location barrier has enabled us to attract the talent we need to deliver our innovative technology platforms.

Imagining a future that isn’t yet commonplace is one of the joys of leading a visionary educational technology company.

Digital is everywhere, it’s part of almost every aspect of our lives. The same goes for education, for many parts, digital has infiltrated education in huge ways – changing the way education is taught, learnt and assessed. With access to virtual classrooms, the way education is delivered has been revolutionised.

No longer does learning have to take place in the regimented hours of 9-3pm that most schools are used to. Instead learning can be done from the comfort of your own home, in a virtual space, at whatever time the student or teacher decides to run their class. What’s more, if a class cannot be attended by a learner, or a teacher is otherwise engaged, virtual learning can be pre-recorded and watched later.

We’ve researched the future of learning to save you the hassle, we delve into the learning styles of the future and showcase what digital has to offer.

Download the ebook The Future of Learning here