A 3D-printed robotic teaching assistant Tri Nhan showcases the potential of 3D printing technology in education and heralds the beginning of the end for traditional teaching methods.
Interaction-based teaching, aided by technologies like AR and VR, can produce a more immersive learning environment that significantly increases student engagement and improves their learning outcomes.
As schools around the world start to reopen, innovative telepresence solutions like the GoBe Robot will be an invaluable asset, as they allow teachers to go about their jobs with virtually zero risk.
Learning by doing often used to happen later in life than school, but this seems to be changing, with makerspaces, STEAM education, and project-based learning all pulling in a new direction.
Although blockchain is perhaps most often associated with cryptocurrencies, its uses go far beyond that. Among the notable virtues is its security, which makes it a natural fit for storing records of personal information.
Virtual schools provide students with a more flexible and convenient alternative to traditional learning experience and allow them to follow a more personalised learning pathway.
The digital age is forcing us to rethink our approach to teaching, such as the need to focus on more comprehensive education, bringing soft skills and similar priorities to the fore.
Having smart sensors and other IoT devices on school premises can serve as an immersive learning experience that will better prepare students for careers in an increasingly technological and digital world.
Gamification promises to make learning not only effective, but enjoyable and immersive. This results in students who are more engaged, concentrate better, and retain learning experiences for longer.
From AI-powered teaching assistants to interactive math lessons, artificial intelligence technology enables us to provide students with a more personalised learning experience that is specifically tailored to each student’s unique needs.