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Effective Education with Collaboration Technology

By Education Technology Insights | Thursday, September 27, 2018

While technology is indeed changing the education landscape, preparing students for the future, there is a real need for educators to learn to utilize teaching tools for better student engagement and their personal growth. Several interactive tools have transformed student experiences engaging them and allowing to work in groups, on projects based on their specific needs.

Collaboration and interactivity remain the focus for next-gen education, irrespective of whether students are in the classroom or learning from outside experts. Skills learners of all ages need the 4Cs—critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity—to be successful.

With a connected classroom, students can connect and collaborate with their peers or teachers in a secure way. They also have the flexibility in accessing learning materials and connect with experts or peers from around the world anywhere anytime.

Every individual involved in K-12 and higher education today leverage digital content and learning management systems (LMSs). Creating and delivering content, monitoring and assessing student performance are some of the important benefits LMS has evolved to offer for educators.

Analytics plays a vital role in enabling educators to understand the progress of each student in a better way. With an integrated system containing all student data, it is possible to automate the analysis, which can offer actionable information, enabling teachers to personalize instructions, administrators to track overall updates and improve their curriculum.

With personalized systems, students can set their learning goals, assess themselves, and master their skills.

Preparing Educators

It’s high time that educators learn to leverage these tools. As a technology-empowered educator, they get to create a better opportunity for students to learn in a convenient environment, meeting their needs.

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