The Story Bridge – a Public Good, and EdTech
Most people, in most places, help people in their extremity. One mark of a great culture is the priority it puts on people’s lives. Another is the value it places on their education. Parents and educators who are worth their salt care passionately about what children learn, what values they hold and what skills they develop. They hunt out the best technology, content, and means of learning for their kids.
In the next decade, EdTech will thoroughly seed itself into our lives. The fruit it bears will depend significantly on the quality we accept. Poor EdTech will translate to a poor education. We should focus our attention on developing sets of criteria for evaluating the merits of educational apps etc., which parents, educators and users can easily access and understand. Read More