Technology Verticals

IoT in Education

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  • Technology-supported models such as models based on gaming, online laboratory experiments and real-time formative assessment can increase students test scores and conceptual understanding as well as enhancing students' creativity, imagination and problem-solving skills.
  • Technology-supported education can also widen teachers' and students' teaching and learning opportunities. For instance, online laboratories (remote or virtual provide a wider range of experimentation and learning-by-doing than would be possible without technological support.
  • Technology also increases possibilities for intercultural collaboration, providing students with the opportunity to experience the sort of international collaboration, that is common in today's professional environments.
  • Finally, technology facilitates assessments that allow teachers to monitor student learning as it happens and adjust their teaching as required and identify the skills students need to acquire in a more comprehensive way than would otherwise be possible.
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Digital technologies have a profound impact on economies and societies and are changing the way we work, communicate, engage in social activities and enjoy ourselves. The role of education and skills in promoting innovation is critical. In recent years governments have invested heavily in information and communications technology (ICT) in schools. The quality of schools' educational resources, including ICT and connectivity, has increased greatly in recent years. However, it has been found that digital technologies have not yet been fully integrated in teaching and learning. Digital technologies do have huge potential to transform teaching and learning practices in schools and open up new horizons. The challenge of achieving this transformation is more about integrating new types of instruction than overcoming technological barriers.