At its core, big data is all about unmasking the intricacies and nuances of customers and clients to provide a tailored experience and product. With that being said, it may come as no surprise that the education system has flocked to these principles and tried to adapt big data to fit their model.
Technology often brings new opportunities and tools, particularly for industries and sectors that have been around for a long time. Education is no exception. So what’s out there to get parents and teachers communicating beyond brief after-school chats and Parents Evening? We did some research and spoke to some teachers to find out.
It is true to say, there are no short-cuts to providing an outstanding education service. In 2016, schools, academies and colleges are under pressure to provide more personalised learning, with increased compliance issues and limited budgets.