New School: 3 Ways Technology Will Transform the Classroom

Published on13 Jun 2016

With the level of investment in education technology now ten times what it was a decade ago, technological innovation is poised to change virtually every aspect of how students learn, at every age, at every level. Victor Hu, global head of Education Technology and Services in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs, explains three ways technology is altering the traditional model of classroom education. With more sophisticated technology entering the classroom, teachers and students will soon collaborate in ways never before anticipated, while enabling earlier intervention for struggling students and reducing dropout rates.

Through technology…content, instead of being presented in a monolithic or linear format, can be broken down and modularized and presented to the learner at the point of need, at the right time, at the right level of difficulty.

- Victor Hu

Victor Hu
Global Head, Education Technology and Services, Investment Banking Division, Goldman Sachs