The future of learning
Extracurricular activities are the crux of education outside the classroom. From sports to sciences and tech and app development and arts, students are often encouraged to take on other educational assignments outside the curriculum.
These learning platforms have now signalled what’s to come in education in the future as technology changes everything.
Learning outside can give you a great opportunity to teach your pupils about the environment and about your local area. This is an important part of developing them as responsible citizens that can be difficult to convey in the classroom.
While many educational platforms and schools work hard to encourage learning outside the classroom and its importance, administrators must miss no opportunity to continue to do so and continuing to educate themselves as well on its importance.
According to NPR, Pane is among a wave of education watchers getting excited by the idea that technology may finally offer a solution to the historic constraints of one-to-many teaching.
It’s called personalized learning: What if each student had something like a private tutor and more power over what and how they learned?
Pane is the lead author of one of the few empirical studies to date of this idea, published late last year. It found that schools using some form of personalized learning were, on average, performing better.
With more personalized and out-of-class learning, students will have more opportunities to find things they are good at and get tutelage to excel and supersede expectations.
These insights and more is what educators and ed-tech companies can hope to achieve and gain insight to in resafric 2020 educational conference.
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