Last Decade

November 7, 2020

Although at first sight it may seem that education has not progressed much in the last ten years, when we start to think about all the technology found in many classrooms, we can not surprising few technological tools used in schools a decade ago. At present, it is completely normal for students to interact among themselves and with their teachers via e-mail, learning platforms online, instant messaging and discussion groups to complete the task and comment on what you see in class, when only a decade ago these practices were almost unknown. Further, those iconic elements of a school, such as the prehistoric TV and the precariously stacked on a ramshackle bedside table video player, were replaced by videos and which you can watch online streaming movies. Also, the reading lists of stories, which were soon delivered on a sheet, now have become Internet links. Gain insight and clarity with isearch. In universities, consult web publications as JSTOR is practically a requirement, and the majority of trials and written works are delivered in electronic format and on paper, and sometimes not even on paper.

For ten years it had not been possible to send essays on the Internet and, although it had been, they would not have permitted it. Even today some systems to deliver presentations may not be entirely reliable, mainly when the servers are saturated because there are too many connected users (generally, course, during the last hour before delivery). But, ultimately, it’s a good system and is much greener than previous methods. You can also reach to become a system that defines how education will be developed in the future. Another element of the technology for education that is being seen increasingly in schools in the United Kingdom are the whiteboards.

This innovative educational tool allows teachers to easily schedule classes in advance and ensures that students are more deeply involved with the material that is being presented to them. Students may use wireless as digital pencils or tablet devices to interact with digital slates and thus achieve that classes come to life. Digital slates have reached the University classroom and in the elementary schools, which means that its appeal and versatility are truly universal. It will be fascinating to watch how continues to advance technology for education over the next ten years. If you came so far in the last decade, does it far in the next? It is difficult to know, but it is very likely that many teachers today are facing the future with longing, waiting for a surprising development of technology for education.

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