Seven ways tech has advanced teachers teaching techniques

The past two years have greatly improvised how teachers and students interact in a learning space. These are the key adaptations undertaken by teachers to impart impactful learning in a remote environment:

  1. Use of online educational resources: Academies and portals which act as digital resources are at the disposal of teachers. Some popular ones are Scholastic, Byju’s and Vedantu.
  2. Blended learning technique: Making use of both synchronous and asynchronous strategies along with online tools, as with pre-recorded lessons, spider web discussions, think-pair-share activities etc.
  3. Online forums: Platforms such as Google Classroom provide seamless file sharing in-between teachers and students and other tools such as Google docs encourage accountable peer-to-peer feedback.
  4. Digital tools: Collaborative Boards such as Nearpod Collaborate that allow students to share ideas on a topic while a teacher can approve what is or is not to be added to the discussion board and keeping note of who is participating in the discussion.
  5. Alternate to books : An encouraged use of alternatives to paper based resources such as e-worksheets, e-schedules etc. which are, in a way, also making kids acutely aware of the limited natural resources available. This brings the focus to PC learning.
  6. Learning about the world: Inclusion of social media and current affairs in the curriculum and making students aware of the internet and how to browse the web safely.
  7.  Well-rounded learning: A holistic learning environment with continuous feedback for the teachers to improve upon and that encourages development in all areas of interest.

Teachers are now educationists with broad horizons and open-mindedness towards new and improved learning methods. Dell encourages PC literacy to empower teachers and students with greater learning possibilities. Click here to know more.

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