Novel EdTech Innovations for Teachers and Students
FREMONT, CA: Education technologies are changing the perception of teaching and learning. Modern-day teachers require diligent learning experiences that encourage collaboration among students. Effective use of digital tools engages and energizes learners. The best educational technology for the classroom spices up the learning experience and increase student engagement, all while keeping things simple. Both public and private institutions are capitalizing on EdTech to spawn new ways of teaching—and it is working.
The digital whiteboard or smartboards have helped the classroom stay up with modern technological advances. Smartboards are highly interactive for both students and teachers. It accommodates different learning style for students, and tactile learners can physically interact with the board. They are excellent tools for customizing learning conditions for students.
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Artificial Intelligence will continue to gain momentum within educational settings as it helps personalize and streamline instruction. It helps the teacher evaluate a student's competencies, find weak areas, and present with supporting materials. Teachers can offload tasks to AI, leaving them with more time to guide students to their educational objectives.
Augmented reality and virtual reality help teachers present a realistic scenario for students. These digital environments prompt higher comprehension and retention rates than traditional classroom settings. Virtual world helps teachers to hand out valuable experience which otherwise would not be available. Medical institutions, especially are using virtual training to train their students. With this, teachers can aid students to perform virtual surgeries instead of showing a video or live demonstration. The transformative potential of AR and VR technology is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years.
The approach to education is becoming highly mobile, virtualized, and geographically dispersed. Mobile technology provides instant gratification for classroom-based efforts. It increases the demand for resources among digital learners. Presently, many educational institutions have started to develop mobile apps to enhance the academic lives of both their students and faculty.
As more devices land in with students, access to digital resources is fast-becoming an expectation. Technology-driven education offers an enormous value, delivering learners with the resources most relevant to their requirements in the most straightforward ways possible.
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