Learning happens at the crossroads of the right technology and the right atmosphere. Here is our list of must-have k-12 education technology standards for creating optimal learning environments.
Projectors and interactive display boards make it easier for teachers and students to collaborate and contribute to discussions. Wireless collaboration allows all parties to work together more on projects and presentations. This inspires students to solve problems and create together. With multiple users contributing, learning is more game-like and fun.
“The dog ate my homework.” Not in this day in age. And so long to bulky backpacks and sore backs.
Digital books, Google Docs and teacher portals have increased accountability and information sharing.
Personal devices help teachers and students prepare and record information for the classroom.
AV technology should be able to move with a class.
For example, what better place to learn about nature than outside?
Planned and pop-up field trips reinforce a subject and engage a student in ways that a stationary classroom can’t. Bring the classroom wherever you go with portable AV technology.
New AV classroom technology enhances a child’s education beyond barriers of geography and finances. Virtual reality, AI and their next iterations gives them a fuller educational experience. It shapes a person, their perspectives and ultimately how they interact with others.
You can never have enough bandwidth or infrastructure to power devices that draw on video rich content. A sustainable AV technology plan should include updating wires, routers, switches and access points.
Just when you think you have enough, chances are that you will need more. AV Technology will continue to shape the future of education. These five elements will help provide environments that keep students engaged, connected and learning. And finally, technology makes learning fun.