Educators are exploring what the new, technology-enabled future of learning looks like.
A lot of the time, educational institutions have had to make do with what’s available. This often means a hastily-assembled collection of personal devices and school equipment, with all the associated incompatibilities including cyber security and e-safety issues.
The move to tech-based learning is already under way and educators have a desire to complete their digital transformation projects. They want to understand how to build a more stable and secure technology foundation for both students and teachers.
With mobile technology being used more and more, most educators are now up to speed with home learning. But there’s a very real need to build an even more robust platform for successful remote, digitally-enabled learning.
That’s because educational technology isn’t just a remote learning aid. It’s also a vital part of the teacher’s arsenal in the battle to close the attainment gap. Interactive mobile technologies allow teachers to deliver tailored learning, helping students work at their own pace while accessing a range of dynamic, supplementary multimedia resources.
Budgetary constraints in education and a lack of tech-based skills are often seen as the biggest barriers to providing technological solutions. But simple-to-use devices, like Galaxy Tab A or Galaxy Tab S6 Lite are cost-effective solutions that allow teachers to interact with their students wherever, whenever.
Many have concerns that investing in a simple technology solution today may result in expensive upgrades down the line, given that the importance of digitally-enabled education is only going to increase. However, effective and durable tech investments don’t need to be expensive.
With future-ready devices, like Samsung’s enhanced Chromebook line-up, leadership teams have peace of mind knowing their investments will keep delivering over time. With the right technology today, educators are equipped to deliver best-in-class learning to the students of tomorrow.