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Technology Expands into the Classroom

While technology has been an instrumental part of our daily lives for some time now, schools have recently begun ramping up their reliance on software and other tools.

This recent surge is linked to the global pandemic that took the last few years by storm, leaving many teachers and students stuck in the online classroom for weeks on end.

Determined to not let these troubles repeat, many schools are now investing in new tech to help streamline processes and accommodate various learning styles and needs.

A recent article by The Economic Times details this shift and how it is affecting schools globally. 

“Historically, a learner’s educational prospects were constrained by the resources available within the confines of a classroom. Fortunately, breakthroughs in technologies have unveiled new prospects for how students can learn. Futuristic technology has the potential to transform not just learning but also has the force to strengthen and advance relationships between educators and students, reinvent novel approaches to learning and collaboration, close long-standing equity and accessibility gaps, and adapt learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners.

Many professions that did not necessitate the use of technology in the past now mandate its use. Many institutions and Ed-tech firms have begun to weave 21st-century skills and expertise into their learning models in order to produce globally competitive and well-minded adaptive learners. Other than incorporating disruptive tech multimedia into traditional academic subject teaching, the focus is moreover on critical thinking development, complex problem solving and collaboration. In addition, learners are given the opportunity to develop a sense of agency in their learning as well as the belief that they can achieve great things.

Many professions that did not necessitate the use of technology in the past now mandate its use. Many institutions and Ed-tech firms have begun to weave 21st-century skills and expertise into their learning models in order to produce globally competitive and well-minded adaptive learners. Other than incorporating disruptive tech multimedia into traditional academic subject teaching, the focus is moreover on critical thinking development, complex problem solving and collaboration. In addition, learners are given the opportunity to develop a sense of agency in their learning as well as the belief that they can achieve great things.”

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Above all else, technology has the ability to level the playing field and offer each individual student what they need.

Because of this, schools are now seeing a need for various accommodations and software implementations to help their students learn and grow.

By using technology in the classroom, students and teachers alike are able to have a better and more streamlined learning experience.

Businesses also should embody this mindset.

Technology helps businesses meet their customers where they are and allows them to get where they need to be.

Using technology in your business can transform your processes and improve the experience of your clients daily.

Take the time to improve your business and get started with Cloud Kennect today by automating your lead flow. 

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