Top 5 Trends to Look Forward to in International Education in 2023

Top 5 Trends to Look Forward to in International Education in 2023

The world of education, particularly international education, constantly changes and evolves. Every year, some trends change while some remain the same. As the new year begins, it is essential for a student to understand the top trends in international education–those that will shape the future of learning–in 2023.


According to Indian Today, technology leads the 2023 trends in international education. In the past couple of years, technology has been considered a savior for most industries. One sector that has undergone colossal changes in terms of technology is education. From online credentials to virtual classes, technology in education as an industry has done an outstanding job to fill in the countless gaps.


From an increased concentration on online learning to advances in artificial intelligence, such trends can help students, teachers, and schools maximize their potential. Here, read on and take a look at the top five trends in international education this year:

1.  Artificial Intelligence in Classroom Discussions


For some time now, artificial intelligence (AI) has been a favorite topic in international education trend discussions. As advancement in technology never stops, AI is fast becoming more commonly used in classroom discussions and activities worldwide.

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Such a trend is expected to continue in 2023 and AI, also known as machine learning is being used to revolutionize education in a lot of different ways. Essentially, AI can be utilized to personalize the learning experience for students, enabling them to learn according to their own pace and in their own interests.

2. Student-Teacher Gamification 


Gamification is defined in The Education Outlook as a term describing the use of game features and components and game-like experiences in a non-game context. This technological teaching and learning approach is fast becoming a popular educational tool in classroom discussions and activities. 


With gamification, educators can engage their students by giving them rewards, incentives, and feedback loops that are usually linked to games. For instance, students may be given points as rewards for completing or finishing tasks or meeting objectives.


In addition, educators can provide the students with feedback on their progress so they can improve both their skills and performance.

3. Global Citizenship


Global citizenship is a notion that has gained traction in the international education scene. As the world turns more interconnected, not to mention globalized, having an insight into different global problems and cultures has become more and more important. Furthermore, global citizenship promotes awareness and understanding of global problems, encourages global coalition, and fosters global problem-solving.


In the classroom setting, global citizenship can be executed in many different ways. For instance, an educator can introduce students to different countries and cultures via virtual reality, books, videos, and other multimedia resources.

4. Nano-Learning Method


Also commonly known as bite-sized learning, the nano-learning approach divides difficult subjects into manageable pieces. This approach is a highly concentrated teaching technique in which students obtain subject matter through tinier inputs over shorter periods. Furthermore, this is a nonstop learning process with learning sessions comprising two to 10-minute multimedia-rich tutorials.

5. Digital Literacy Skills


In this technological era, digital literacy has turned out to be an increasingly essential skill. It is defined as the ability to effectively access, examine, understand, develop, and communicate information and ideas by means of digital technology.


With the strong presence of the digital age, being able to navigate through digital media and technology is now a must for both educators and students.

For students’ successful reparation for the future, there is a need for schools to provide a comprehensive education that comprises digital literary skills.



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Akash, S. (2022, December 27). Top 10 international education trends to watch in 2023. The Education Outlook. Retrieved from 


Sukumar, S. (2022, October 7). Why digital literacy is important to education? Education Today. Retrieved from 


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