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About the Education Report

The Education Trend Report follows developments in teaching, classroom technology and online learning. In today’s technologically enhanced society, many school educators are seeking ways to integrate these new tools into classrooms, such as education apps for tablet computers and iTunes U, which posts lectures from prestigious international schools that are available to download for free. Additionally, our research analyzes innovative college programs, new school models that focus on hands-on training and unique programs aimed at separating issues like poverty and education.

Who It's For

Our report will benefit educators and administrators, social entrepreneurs, global education activists, policy makers and software developers looking for new business opportunities created by educational needs.

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The Education Trend Report, last published on Apr 30, 2015, includes 74 PRO Trends and 370 examples of education market research and education consumer trends related to: teaching, online classes, higher learning, universities, academics and education trends.

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Methodology

Our education research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced education articles and 2,352,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 74 Education PRO Trends = 74 Powerpoint Pages Education PPT Report
• 370 Education Examples

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• 52 Education Videos (Online) Education Videos
• 2,220 Education Images (Online) Education Images
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Sample Education Pro Trends

Each Education PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online education articles, videos and images. Examples:

DIY Barista Seduced by cafe culture, consumers learn how to make their own craft coffee Implications - More than just a morning beverage, coffee has developed a culture and lifestyle of its own. Consumers are now forgoing the convenience and cost-effectiveness of ready-made coffee for the chance to learn how to brew their own cup. This shift indicates not only the strength of coffee culture, but also the pervasiveness of the artisan movement with which it is closely associated.
DIY Barista
Seduced by cafe culture, consumers learn how to make their own craft coffee
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Counseled Career Millennials look for creative ways to increase certainty in the job market Implications - In an effort to feel more prepared while entering the job market, young adults are taking preliminary action. By participating in supplementary training programs and seeking mentorship from experts whom they admire, millennial job hunters ultimately reveal that they prioritize guidance and personal fulfillment when it comes to making important career decisions.
Counseled Career
Millennials look for creative ways to increase certainty in the job market
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Social Good Gardening Gardeners search for ways to give back Implications - Both novice and veteran gardeners are expressing an interest in giving back to their community. Whether they're partaking in urban gardening initiatives, community-wide projects or smaller-scale, at-home measures, gardeners recognize the benefits of the practice and wish to share the wealth. On a broader scale, this shift reflects a desire on the part of eco-conscious consumers to educate others through actionable, results-based methods.
Social Good Gardening
Gardeners search for ways to give back
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Crowdsourced Philanthropy Seeking funding, social good enterprises turn to crowdlending techniques Implications - Leveraging the social aspect of crowdfunding, social good enterprises are using the power of the crowd and online media to garner support for their cause. Seeking to not only raise funds but also spread the word about social initiatives and philanthropic endeavors, emerging enterprises are moving away from mainstream marketing approaches toward more niche, yet socially connected alternatives.
Crowdsourced Philanthropy
Seeking funding, social good enterprises turn to crowdlending techniques
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Youthful Wearable Kid-targeted wearable devices tap into educational benefits Implications - Rather than offering the same capabilities as a smartphone, kid-targeted wearable devices are being designed to promote education and personal well-being. By offering heightened engagement, wearable devices for children serve as an example of how technology can transform learning and physical activity into a form of play.
Youthful Wearable
Kid-targeted wearable devices tap into educational benefits
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Subscription Play Parents turn to kid-focused subscriptions to ensure ongoing novelty Implications - Growing wildly in popularity over the past few years, subscription services have expanded to niche industries to provide consumers with more targeted products. Parents are one of these groups responding to the subscription model, and are drawn to the ongoing novelty these companies provide as well as the sometimes very specialized offerings. Providing consumers the ease of e-commerce mixed with customized goods, the popularity of these services come as no surprise.
Subscription Play
Parents turn to kid-focused subscriptions to ensure ongoing novelty
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Pastime Programming Simple-to-use programming tools help people dabble in the development world Implications - As programming and coding becomes a more covetable (and in demand) skill, companies respond in kind with training tools and programs to make learning more accessible. With this information being made available earlier on and in easy-to-use formats, consumers are able to play a bigger, more active role in the tech world.
Pastime Programming
Simple-to-use programming tools help people dabble in the development world
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Equality Marketing Campaigns focused on achieving equality appeal to female consumers Implications - Looking to connect with their female consumers, brands are turning to marketing tactics that level the playing field between the sexes. Targeting issues such as the wage gap and sexual assault, brands seek to become more socially conscious and relevant. Equality-focused marketing is ultimately an attempt to meaningfully engage consumers who are at the forefront of social change.
Equality Marketing
Campaigns focused on achieving equality appeal to female consumers
5 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 68 more Education PRO Trends and 370 examples!



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