Despite many education organisations having found ways to operate virtual classrooms this year – especially during lockdowns – the role technology has played in face-to-face education remains limited. But if the global pandemic has shown us one thing, it’s that the walls of a classroom are no longer a barrier to education. The introduction of technology is able to create new ways of communication, learning and working collaboratively.
Schools, universities and other education organisations should invest heavily in them to make the connected classroom of the future a reality. As a digital generation, today’s students are familiar and very competent in using digital learning tools, providing teachers with a willing and capable audience to experiment with new technologies in the classroom. Alongside the tech native students, educators from all academic levels are beginning to realise how these technologies help improve student engagement and enhance teaching methods.
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