Change is a journey that we are all on. And we have two choices about what we do with it. We can either just go with the flow and let things happen, or, we can be proactive, see its potential, channel our efforts and do something tangible to push things in the direction we want them to travel.
Looking back over the history of edtech, it is fascinating to chart its evolution of ideas and devices, from the early developments back in the 1920s to the present day.
We find ourselves now in the situation where its future progress is intertwined with three other elements: funding, sustainability and the push for creative change to realise a vision of education for the future.
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