Using technology, we are in a position to deliver a traditional ‘one size fits all’ content on a personalized learning path based on the state of knowledge that a student has.
Education has changed dramatically in the last year and a half due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Offline education has become completely online. In this new age of learning, the use of technology has emerged as a major facilitator in the process of disseminating knowledge. It is no longer just a matter of students exploiting information, but students need to learn by applying the ideas they have learned. By combining creativity with sophisticated innovation, the focus is on creating highly engaging content that can be personalized to each student’s learning needs that address a wide range of topics from the core curriculum to the co-curricular areas of exploration.
Using technology, we are in a position to deliver a traditional ‘one size fits all’ content on a personalized learning path based on the state of knowledge that a student has. This approach will meet the developing needs of the students and turn them into active students.
This technology-led learning ecosystem is a trio. The first is a huge repository of content, the second is platforms that help deliver personalized content in an interactive and engaging way and the third is critical data that is collected based on how each student interacts with the content on these platforms.
Data on what and how much a student has learned enables teachers and parents to make informed decisions on the way forward. Now, parents are not only hired on their child’s learning journey but they are also active owners and well aware of their child’s development.
Helping students and teachers make learning fun and enjoyable.
Teachers are irreplaceable and absolutely essential in the ecosystem of education. Technology allows them to expand learning to students who were forced to continue learning from home. While today’s students have seen digital natives increasingly adapt to online tools over the past year and a half, edtech platforms have become a suitable interface for both teachers and students.
Empowering teachers with digital tools has added a whole new dimension to the learning process by integrating technology into pre-class, class and post-class in a fun and meaningful way.
For edtech platforms, the key to developing and editing content through progressive pedagogy and technology is to help students enjoy the learning process. The aim is to change their attitude towards education which is focused on acquiring knowledge from one who is driven by fear of exams. Technology and digital learning tools play an important role in helping students make this change.
For students, exciting formats of content, enabled by technology such as augmented reality, video resources, animation, touchscreen interactions, simulations, games that teach concepts and personalized features have opened new frontiers in innovative learning to ensure visual learning. Is given. And application.
Gamification is another area of focus that ensures that the learning experience is fun and engaging. It encourages students to spend more time achieving their goals, ultimately leading to better learning outcomes. Especially among younger students, game integration has increased greater engagement and motivation to learn.
Build tomorrow’s classroom
Personalization in a conventional education setting is difficult due to lack of detailed information and high teacher-student ratio. With digital learning, however, learning can be adapted to each student’s preferred learning style, size and speed.
Today, with data-rich feedback, edtech platforms and digital learning tools are not only creating specific learning journeys for individual students but also helping students identify and understand the topics or ideas they may be struggling with.
At the beginning of the epidemic, students took the first step towards becoming self-teachers through the ‘learn from home’ model. With the help of digital learning tools and the Adtech platform, they take responsibility for their learning journey and continue to experiment with interesting learning formats, from passive use of content through video to active learning through simulations and games.
Digital learning tools offer almost unlimited opportunities to select and apply learning ideas. For example, teachers can use digital tools to present real-world challenges to students, creating engaging and relevant lessons that students need to use their content knowledge and critical thinking skills to solve problems and come up with real-time solutions.
Edtech platforms allow students to create and collaborate on real-time responses. The integrated integration of online educational materials with the traditional space-based classroom approach is designed to help students build a strong foundation of their curriculum during the epidemic so that there is no limit to what they can learn and achieve next.
The future of learning is one that allows teachers to use digital tools and use their creative skills to give students the opportunity to learn more effectively. This new blended approach combines the classroom and online approach to teaching, giving teachers more flexibility and a richer experience for students. Such proactive initiatives in the online tutoring department help to build bridges between students and learners. Digital learning is equipping students with the skills of the future, preparing them for the future and making them more confident. Transforming data-driven technology into tools that can be used for a holistic learning experience for students of all ages that ultimately keeps the learning journey exciting.