How Will Technology Benefit Education Platforms in 2020?
The education landscape is changing into a better one before our very eyes. With the rapid growth of the educational technology industry, teaching methods also rely more on technologies like artificial intelligence and robots.
FREMONT, CA: Artificial intelligence will continue to fill the gap in both the procedures of learning and teaching and helps the teachers, students, and the school management to personalize and streamline education. When the students interact with IoT devices and other digital tools, data will be gathered and helps them in a significant way. The extended reality, including virtual, augmented, and mixed reality, help to create and manage various kinds of learning opportunities that can engage students even further.
Education is increasingly becoming mobile, and the educational institutions are to improve the student experience by using mobile technology solutions. This technology needs a capable network to handle the traffic demands, and 5G technology will offer a powerful new mobile data capabilities. Blockchain technology enables educational institutions to store and secure the students' records.
Technology can make achieving it much more comfortable. Present day classrooms are diverse and also complex, and access to technology aids in preparing to meet each student's needs better. Technological tools can help the teachers from administrative tasks like grading and testing to develop individual student relationships. Teachers can access various types of learning tools through technology to give students differentiated learning experiences outside of the curriculum.
Most of the schools already have to start to rely on online assessments that are flexible, interactive, and efficient to deliver. Automation will improve to alter schools as more smart tools get incorporated. The intelligent tools comprise of the face recognition technology to take the attendance, autonomous data analysis to inform learning decisions, so the teachers don't need to analyze data as well as help the automated administrative tasks.
Technology can improve access to education. Digital textbooks can be accessed online and don't need transportation to get to an educational facility or library during certain hours. Digital copies are cheap to produce so that the textbook fees aren't as taxing for the digital versions as they might be with physical versions that cost more to create.
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