India’s K-12 school system is one of the largest in the world with more than 250 million students enrolling in almost 1.44 million schools.
Despite the smallest of these schools, everyone follows a fairly uniform pedagogy with printed books in the center of the learning system.
This is true for private schools which account for about 25% of unity schools.
Technology and Learning
In the last decade, technology has evolved in almost all areas of life, many schools have been adopted ‘digital’ in some form or more – from encouraging the use of tablets in the classroom, to assembling electronic boards, to make complete ICT infrastructure – the school is all over.
Online service providers have been provided by the school to provide audio-visual content, evaluation solutions and to create online repository content. If the steps are being switched on properly, not everyone should be done enough to add educational results and should know why.
As Education Status Report 11 (ASER) 2016, which lists students’ skills, only 14.8 percent of students can easily read English sentences.
India’s performance at PISA, which tested the 15-year-old children’s stage of reading, math, and science, in 2009 when we were finally released – of course, this was an indicator of public education and did not need to be a reflection of the impact digitize education.
The print content, most not interactive, has its own limits. It comes to life in the hands of teachers. The digital classroom solution, on the other hand, is more fun but it is usually not a single book.
Given that this book is a base for experiential learning classes, all attempts to add to irrelevant or irrelevant digital resources can not produce effective results.
The software highlighted by students through various mediums as the major major contributors – is unusual for printers and digital devices to have multiple ways to solve problems between two mediums.
The easy-to-use content is free and guided use in this direction as another area of concern for educators today.
The goal is to not direct technology or digital as a simple directive, rather than listing the content that must be provided with medium, and the solution (digital and digital), everywhere, should be integrated to ensure that earned a degree of experience and consistent experience.
Education solutions respond best if they are called better and not when mass-produced with a one-size approach.
Innovation for Student Benefits
An integrated learning solution, singing fluently prepares digital content and prints, thus becoming an excellent solution for the school’s education system.
The solution is not just to create a consistent, pedagogical environment for students but also for teachers and mains.
Textbooks that are in line with audio-visual content for digital boards and mapped into an online assessment appraisal as a better smart solution to improve learning outcomes.
Online teacher resources, generator tests, analysis performance classes, automatic reporting for parents can be accessed through mobile-ready mobile technology applications that become bundled integrated learning solutions with printed books.
The Integration approach can also adapt the concept of discipline between disciplines. Digital and textual resources can be knitted into more effective learning experiences in subjects, giving children the opportunity to learn and develop more holistic.
India’s Landscape Education is now an interesting point of aggression, where the use of its own prints will appear with some humiliation and the ‘digital finish’ approach will become very new, and thus the integration of course solutions will surely look like the ‘future education’ of schools in India.