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Today COVID-19 has digitally accelerated online learning into full-production learning ecosystems for many K-12 institutions. In the new hybrid learning model, educators are making drastic changes to the way they approach instruction, with technology playing a huge role. Being forced to rethink teaching and learning delivery has given schools a chance to draft fresh digital and IT transformation strategies.
While digital transformation has opened up a world of endless possibilities and collaboration, many institutions are struggling for a well-coordinated and structured approach combining technology, content, services. But most importantly it has also forced them to re-examine information security and digital safety because of the rise of cyber and data risks.
Forced by the sudden shuttering of their physical campuses during the pandemic, universities have had to mass migrate into distributed, online learning very quickly, without the opportunity for change management processes and operational best practices. This has resulted in education institutions recognising the critical need for a well-coordinated and structured approach to ensure continuous digital learning - right from curated content quality, enhanced student learning experiences to support for educators and administrators. However, as future revenue of universities is imperilled by the pandemic, it’s important that they rethink their strategies for digital transformation.
The way in which education is delivered and managed is rapidly changing. The change is being driven by technology, innovation, and the current climate. Schools are embracing new technologies to better meet the needs and expectations of parents and to deliver an overall better experience for students, teachers, and staff. Families are expecting to send their kids to smart schools with the ability to easily interact and access information. They are digitally savvy and demand a secure high-quality experience.
In the wake of COVID19, higher educational institutions across the world have shown remarkable agility and leadership in adapting teaching, policies and processes to allow students to keep learning. Students are and should be at the heart of all we do. While we’ve done quite well under the circumstances, it’s clear that more needs to be done. Online learning is a lot more than Teams webinars.
The classroom goals remain the same – improve student learning and accelerate positive outcomes. The education environment is changing and educators need to be able to keep up with the new ways of teachings. We are creating the classroom of the future, helping to bridge the school-home gap for students and teachers
Technology is changing the dynamics of education and educators are beginning to rethink learning experiences. What are the possible pitfalls that teachers and administrators need to be aware of because learning never stops, no matter the distance or season.
Engaged classroom experience is essential to one’s learning progress. With strategic planning and integration of appropriate technological tools, it can facilitate a collaborative and independent learning experience for students, where they are not only learning but exploring, playing and being inspired.
In the past 2 decades, the adoption of technology like learning management system (LMS) has grown from the early adopter stage to pervasive and widespread, institutions have not been optimizing the use of it in daily teaching and learning yet.
While over the last couple of months, schools and institutions are shut down and have to deploy online learning whether they are ready or not in a matter of weeks and even days. However, with no luxury of time to experiment, schools and institutions now are pressed to incorporate authentic online assessment strategies to achieve students’ online learning progress, differentiate themselves from other institutions, and also prepare for a very different future.
With an increasing need to foster effective learning outcomes and encourage learning beyond the classroom, learning management systems come into play to administer, document, track, report and deliver e-learning courses. Hence, choosing the right learning management system can give you the power to transform a student’s learning experience like never before.
School closures are frequent in the Philippines, from natural disasters, flooding, and now COVID-19. In a post-COVID world, how should Universities rethink the way education is delivered?
As institutions are increasingly moving their curriculum online, most education leaders would deliberate if this just a phase as a situational reaction or just simply the availability of technology? How can institutions can push the boundaries of e-learning especially in response to abrupt global situations, and how can the initiatives be sustainable? Learn first-hand how some institutions are preparing their faculty, students and have adapted innovative e-learning platforms in a quick turnaround response to COVID-19.
Continuing to drive student engagement and focused learning while outside of the classroom can be a challenge, especially for those moving to remote learning for the first time. While navigating this new way of learning presents a set of challenges, educators in Indonesia have done amazing things to keep students learning while they transition to learning remotely. Join us on our EduTECH Indonesia Webinar where we will be discussing how schools can effectively move to online learning by tapping into the right technologies.
The Philippines has suffered from an inexhaustible number of deadly typhoons, earthquakes, volcano eruptions and other natural disasters. More recently, with the sudden closure of schools and universities across the Philippines due to COVID - 19, this has necessitated the online delivery of a vast number of courses. And while there have been inevitable problems, the entire Filipino education learning community has been collaborating to identify best practices for successful online learning.
Cyberattacks threaten institutions’ intellectual property and student data. Hackers have multiple doors to enter the system because of an open network for staff and students. With so much data at risk, schools and universities must take proactive measures to prevent cyberattacks. Finding a balance in preparing your system is key to thwarting security breaches.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming education. Today schools and universities face a wide range of challenges including retention, disengaged students, and the ineffectiveness of the “one size fits for all” approach. But when Big Data and AI are used correctly, personalised learning experiences can be created, which in turn can help resolve some of these challenges.
In the age of distractions, getting the attention of students is easy but keeping them engaged is the biggest challenge. So how do you cope with it? The answer is immersive learning. Immersive learning is a dynamic strategy that can enhance learning and improve student learning outcomes. The best time to make the most out of it is now because it comes with a large number of remarkable benefits and can transform the world of classroom teaching.
Join us on our first EduTECH Asia Webinar series where we will be discussing how in this unforeseen and unpredictable landscape, schools and universities can tap into the right technologies that will push the forefront of online teaching.