K-12: How is Tech-Based Learning Proving its Worth?

Education Technology Insights | Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Students can understand material delivered through live experiments much more easily than they can by reading it. As a result, students can learn in a secure atmosphere with technology support without worrying about an experiment going wrong.

FREMONT, CA: A robust K-12 education lays the groundwork for future success. A solid educational foundation, especially in the early years, will guarantee that kids can cope with the grades. The issue is that today's youngsters are educated through rote learning, ineffective teaching approaches, and data-based learning systems that are constrained. However, as technology has advanced to the forefront of how children are educated, there have been some changes. This is not to say that teachers will be replaced. Technology will never be able to replace the human element of education, but it can considerably improve it.

Technology has the potential to make educational decision-making more efficient, systematic, and data-driven. Data integrated with AI and ML technology, for example, can aid in the creation of personalized learning courses for individual students.

Tech-Based Assessment

One way to accomplish this is to have students take tests on each topic as it is covered in the curriculum. This could provide information on system checks and balances if the correct system is in place. Getting statistics on a student's grade can be beneficial in two ways.

  • It tells if the student has a good understanding of the topic or if they need to go over it again.
  • It exposes a student's assets and liabilities. This could assist the teacher in creating appropriate tasks and plans.

Simulated Learning

Humans are, on the whole, practical learners. As a result, students gain a deeper understanding of subjects through practice and experimentation. This is when computer simulations come in handy. They can assist students in creating real-life lab experiences in the comfort of their own homes. Students can understand material delivered through live experiments much more easily than they can by reading it. As a result, students can learn in a secure atmosphere with technology support without worrying about an experiment going wrong.

Ultimately, technology, as an enabler, can help to make learning more effective and comfortable. The learning process could be improved a hundredfold with the correct teacher who is adequately trained in the use of technology.

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