New Technology in Education Heading Into 2015

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New Technology in Education Heading Into 2015 Technology has revolutionized the world in all the aspects of life from a single flower cross breed to man leaving behind his marks on skies. You may consider how fast things are evolving and wish to keep up and advance with the changing trends. New methods are also being adopted in education. Likewise, stepping into 2015, we review some new educational trends for this year.

Personalized and customized learning Teachers are often interested in discovering new methods to keep the students indulged in a particular task and the best mix of digital learning tools for each and every student. They make different approaches such as project-based learning, game-based learning and  maker education will continue to be explored as personalized blended learning models. Such innovations will improve the approach to quality content. Device agnostic learning Teachers are always looking for new creative ways to get students' talent to flow. In 2013, Makey Makey setup people’s mind that they can turn every object into a KEYPAD and search then. It is expected that more electronic tools will be emerging just like digital dictionaries, digital diaries and much more that are changing and molding the educational trends.


Mobile learning Mobile learning apps are expected to be improved in the next year that is great source of “distinct education”. Group chats and conference meeting make a group study stress free. Technology for flipped-learning The rationale behind the flipped class, a method of education in which the students watch online or on board videos, lectures either in class or at home just to make the student realize the beneficial way of using their devices,  is to engage learners in and out of the classroom. This approach makes the students learn the lesson in an environment full of fun. Actually a student only gains the root of the concept when he is enjoying it. If you are pressurizing him to pour the lesson into his mind, then you are doing nothing but wasting energy. Experts are agreed that flipped class rooms are far away better than the older LMS (learning management system) as the videos/lectures enhance the interactivity. Analytics should also be recorded so as to measure the students’ interests and adopting those respective modes.


3D Printing 3-D printing has revolutionized the world in the past year. An exact 3-D print of a sample can be obtained and is cheap. This would mainly help the students in creating new project and models that better explain the words. Teacher Guide 2014/2015 Here is a little guide for the teachers to follow to enhance their skills. Teachers should consider:

• The Power of the Modern Teacher
• The Benefits of Digital Notes & group studies.
• Encouraging Collaborative Learning
• Which one is better? The “Inverted Class” or “Flipped Classroom”
• Twitter In The Classroom: better  Ideas For Teachers
• Google & Education: search engines to approach relevant stuff
• Ready-made Resources to Use in the Classroom So education field will also get benefit from the changing trends and such efforts would make children attract towards the learning platforms.

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