On July 20th, EdTech unicorn EEO opened a new office in Seoul, Korea. EEO is in partnership with over 60,000 institutions across more than 150 countries, hosting 20 million users. As global businesses expand, EEO, parent company of ClassIn, announced plans to move the overseas headquarter to Singapore in the second half of 2022. The company will proceed to further localization and serve its clients from bases in China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and Philippines.
“Korea as a country highly values education, and with the pandemic, educators are picking up on the major impact education technologies have on the development of education,” Jaeeun Im, country manager of Korea at EEO, maintained. “We are witnessing increasing demands in the market for professional education products like ClassIn.”
Jaeeun expressed high expectation for the launch of ClassIn in Korea. She introduced that ClassIn’s interactive classroom is equipped with more than 20 teaching tools, an IM system, assignment and exam functions, as well as a backend school management dashboard. Additionally, it has been proven in numerous learning scenarios across 150 countries that ClassIn helps deliver more effective and personalized instruction. A well-rounded interactive virtual classroom, ClassIn not only brings engagement and creativity to online learning, but it also affords the innovation of different class designs and pedagogies through hybrid methods.
In the meantime, ClassIn is undergoing an exciting round of iteration. After eight years of exploration into hybrid learning, EEO believes that “The true value of hybrid learning lies in connecting students to the real world and diverse schools of thought, prompting more discussion and reflection. In turn, students are equipped to break down physical and cognitive barriers to exploring the unknown.” Designed with a firm grasp on the learning process, the new and improved ClassIn will support hybrid learning environments, prioritize discussions and collaborations, enable formative assessments, and give rise to long-lasting learning communities. In particular, users will be part of the ClassIn Learner Hub, where both independent and community-based learning are supported with abundant learning materials and evaluation methods.
Looking to work with global educators to reach a more inclusive and equitable future in education, EEO is committed to continuously improving its products. Specifically, the company will update ClassIn with regard to valuable customer feedback, creating an enriched teaching experience for educators and supporting students on the path of lifelong learning.
CD2 Learning and Easygenerator Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance eLearning Solutions
CD2 Learning (CD2), a leading provider of online learning solutions, and Easygenerator, a leading cloud-based authoring tool, are pleased to announce a strategic partnership aimed at enhancing eLearning solutions.
The partnership between CD2 and Easygenerator is a result of a shared vision to make eLearning more accessible, user-friendly and effective. By combining CD2’s expertise in eLearning content creation and deployment with Easygenerator’s powerful authoring tool, the partnership will provide a complete end-to-end solution for organizations of all sizes to create and deliver impactful eLearning content.
“We are thrilled to partner with Easygenerator to provide our clients with an even more comprehensive eLearning solution,” said Jay Breeden, president of CD2. “By providing our clients access to a variety of authoring tools, we will be able to offer our clients an end-to-end solution that is user-friendly, cost-effective and flexible.”
“Easygenerator is excited to be partnering with CD2 to deliver a seamless and efficient eLearning solution,” said Faraz Ghasemi, head of partnerships at Easygenerator. “Our authoring tool combined with CD2’s platform will allow organizations to create and deploy effective eLearning content with ease.”
CD2 and Easygenerator are committed to continuously improving their eLearning solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of the industry. The partnership is the beginning of a joint effort to revolutionize eLearning content creation and delivery.
CD2 Learning, a Nelnet company, is changing the way people learn and grow through award-winning Software as a Service (SaaS) technology designed for the modern workforce. Since 2008, CD2 Learning has worked with organizations of all sizes to support digital learning and development needs.
The company continually creates new capabilities to meet the rapidly evolving needs of the learning and development professional and the individual learner. This top-down/bottom-up approach allows CD2 Learning’s clients to develop a culture that has real impact on the overall success of the organization.
Easygenerator is a cloud-based authoring tool that enables organizations to create eLearning content quickly and easily. The tool provides users with a range of customizable templates and features that enable them to create and share engaging and interactive eLearning courses without any programming or design experience.
Next Generation Learning: Taiwan Reimagines Educational System with Smart Technology
Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, online teaching and learning have become the norm for students and teachers around the world. Recognizing the role technology plays in the virtual classroom, Taiwan’s Industrial Development Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (IDB) has worked with local enterprises to use smart technology to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all as part of the Smart City Taiwan project.
Led by the IDB, “Smart City Taiwan” was designed to accelerate the development of smart learning technologies as a means to address systemic challenges related to the inequality and divergence of education. Smart City Taiwan encompasses four projects covering three key areas: Webduino, an intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) platform that allows students interested in programming to start learning sooner and with more convenience; the VoiceTube and LiveABC English education platforms; and NUWA Robotics for early childhood education.
“Given COVID-19’s major disruption to education globally, technology for virtual learning is the most significant application and effective solution to the revival of education. With government support, Taiwanese enterprises can challenge more possibilities, pursue more creative ideas, and actively build comprehensive and sound systems for the future,” said the representative of the Smart City Taiwan Project Office.
Taiwan offers flexible and effective learning solutions for students
Developed by Kingkit Technology Co., Ltd., Webduino makes programming more accessible for the next generation of digital talents. Students can develop a simple programming system through an easy-to-understand and easy-to-operate drag-and-drop interface and immediately see the outcomes — cultivating a sense of accomplishment whilst also familiarizing themselves with programming concepts.
With globalization connecting the world, English is an essential future skill. VoiceTube turns English education videos into textbooks so that students can learn using their preferred senses with either audio or visuals. In addition, the platform analyzes big data to enhance the effectiveness of learning with personalized courses suited to each student’s individual needs.
Meanwhile, LiveABC leverages augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to break the boundaries of the traditional classroom and has been rolled out in several elementary schools across the country. LIVEABC enables students to experience different English language learning scenarios any time, in any setting with AR. At the same time, LiveABC uses VR to simulate real-life conversations, allowing students to incorporate English into their daily lives in an engaging and effective way.
Taiwan is also exploring the use of robotics to meet social and developmental needs in early childhood education. In an industry-leading move, NUWA Robotics has created humanoid robots with multiple gamification applications that assist preschool children with learning in those crucial foundational years. By combining a vast library of educational resources with AI analysis of a child’s learning history, NUWA robots provide diversified learning experiences adapted to each child’s unique learning style — all while offering a sense of companionship to children.
As online learning becomes the “new normal”, IDB will continue to work with local companies to ensure they are prepared for the future. By utilizing new technologies, Taiwan will continue to improve the quality, practicality, and capabilities of knowledge sharing in educational practices.
About Taiwan’s Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs
The Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs has been running the Smart City Taiwan project since 2018. Smart City Taiwan aims to utilize all types of smart technologies (such as IoT, Big Data, and AI) to effectively integrate local, industry, and civilian needs. The project speeds up collaboration and integration between cities and towns to drive local and country innovation. To date, Smart City Taiwan has deployed 224 projects covering six major aspects including agriculture, education, healthcare, transportation, tourism, and governance.
Chinese EdTech Unicorn EEO Joins Hands with Peking University — Redesigning learning experiences for the new digital-forward model of education
In July, 2022, with the support of EEO’s hybrid technologies, Peking University successfully concluded the first academic year of its Global Open Courses Program in partnership with a list of distinguished institutions, including Tokyo University, Nanyang Technology University, Moscow State University, Waseda University, University of Granada, Osaka University, Ritsumeikan University, Chulalongkorn University, Cornell University, and Cairo University.
EEO was founded in 2014 with the purpose of building an inclusive and student-centered learning ecosystem through the power of technology. Since 2019, EEO and Peking University joined hands to collaborate on digitizing physical learning environments, constructing specialized archeology classrooms, and adopting hybrid learning methods. It is a nonstop journey for EEO and Peking University to explore how to better motivate students and support educators in experimental teaching strategies. The project of Global Open Courses Program focuses on how hybrid learning gives rise to an enriched learning experience and expands learning communities.
Hybrid learning, a method that incorporates hybrid technologies and open educational practices, has witnessed increasing adoption in K12 and higher ed institutions globally. Teaching Economics as part of the Global Open Courses Program, Professor Huang Yiping successfully engaged students in the classroom and those joining virtually with group discussions and activities.
“Our professor came up with eight topics for discussion, encouraging us to form groups with students overseas. And we have been keeping in close touch with students online as well,” Li Yipin, a student in Professor Huang’s class, reported.
For many, the program’s hybrid courses placed vast learning resources within reach. With abundant course offerings, students had extensive opportunities to explore emerging topics with a cohort coming from diverse background.
The platform of choice, ClassIn, is an all-in-one solution for online and hybrid learning with interactive virtual classrooms, a school management backend system, student learning reports, and more. Currently under internal testing, the product will support more innovative teaching methods by transforming into an LMS, a platform that caters to each step of the learning process in addition to the already powerful synchronous in-class interaction.
It is evident that EEO’s product family is designed with the consideration of scientific methods, masterful teaching, and lifelong learning. ClassIn, one of the first online classrooms in the world, was released in 2015. Building on feedback from educators and in-depth research, EEO released ClassIn X, a new hybrid solution for the new era. The company is also in the process of developing TeacherIn, a curriculum co-construction platform. It helps teachers find like-minded partners, with whom they can design and share lessons.
As of now, EEO has partnered with more than 60,000 institutions around the globe and expressed great passion to collaborate with international educators and institutions, sparking the creativity of teachers and creating innovative learning experiences for students.
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