Education is the foundation of our economy. What (and how) we learn in school determines who we become as individuals and our success throughout our lives. It informs how we solve problems, how we work with others, and how we look at the world around us. In today's innovation economy, education becomes even more important for developing the next generation of innovators and creative thinkers.
Campusone likes to build solutions, offerings to use technology in the classroom:
Technology in classroom makes learning interesting and engaging, especially for younger generations raised on the latest technology.
Allows for faster and more efficient delivery of lessons, Anywhere / Anytime
Reduces the need for textbooks and other printed material, lowering cost.
Makes collaboration Possible. Students, teachers, and parents can communicate and collaborate more effectively.
Helps in build technology-based skills, allowing students to learn, early on, to embrace and take advantage of the tools technology offers.
Application of Technology in classroom
STEM based Robotics kit in the Classroom - This makes lessons more interesting and entertaining for kids and enables teachers to make the learners learn with DIY Concept
Classroom Response Technology - Response Kit and other mobile devices are increasingly used in education. Survey and participation let teachers understand the progress, enhance verbal and presentation skills, and incorporate technological skills with core competency lessons.
3D Learning - Kids enjoy 3D games and movies, so why not use this technology to help them learn?
Assisting Special Needs Students - Assistive technology is especially useful for students with learning disabilities. For example, phonetic
spelling software helps dyslexic students and others with reading problems to convert words to the correct spelling.
Focus on STEM - It's important for educators to prepare students for the future by empowering them with the foundational skills they need to succeed later in life. This includes focusing on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math)
Addressing the Needs of Individual Students - Another longstanding problem in education is the one-size-fits-all approach. It's well known that everyone has different styles of learning. Some students are visual learners, while others are verbal or auditory learners. Technology allows teachers to individualize lesson plans to different students and their unique styles of learning.
Practical Education and Soft Skills - One criticism of education is that it's impractical and doesn't prepare students for living in the real world. When it comes to actually teaching students how to become innovative thinkers, they need to learn leadership skills, to be encouraged to think creatively, and to be taught independent thinking and learning. Innovative classrooms are beginning to place more emphasis on the soft skills needed to thrive in today's world.