There are different students with different characteristics. As a new teacher in a new school, you may meet responsible, diligent, punctual, courteous, and friendly students. Or come across the lazy, impatient, blameful, defensive, and irresponsible students.
The advancement in digital technology has impacted every aspect of our daily lives. One area that has significantly benefited from the evolution in the education sector. In fact, studies have shown that modern technology plays a critical role in ensuring improved students engagement and ensure accelerated learning.
The steady rise of technology has led to the digitization of service delivery and offerings across all sectors, forcing them to move to the online space. This evolution has not left the education sector behind.
Whether you want to train your staff on a new product, operate new equipment, or take a new hire through onboarding in your company, staff training can be costly and hard to organize and execute.
As always, change is hard and usually met with a lot of resistance. However, consistent learning and development is a common factor in any successful venture. In this regard, web-based training for workers has seen a tremendous rise in the recent past.
Whether end semester or final exams, every learner's dream is to get good results or rather pass their exams. However, with different topics and concepts to cover and sometimes within a short time, examinations can sometimes prove challenging for most students.
Teaching can both be a rewarding and challenging profession. It is rewarding in the sense that you have the ability to make or bring significant positive changes into your learners' lives. There is a satisfaction that comes with seeing your learner making a breakthrough and understanding those concepts or ideas they have struggled to get.
With the daily advancements in technology, almost all human operations are becoming software-dependent. Let's say, shopping, banking, business interactions, and communication to education- assessment, testing, or examining learners in schools-all involve software at different points.
There is no secret that the global eLearning is taking over the traditional pen-paper method of education and exam testing. But, most educators admit that there has been several challenges with the process of testing the knowledge gained by the students.
The increase of digital penetration has led to the rise of digital applications in many sectors of the world currently. And like most industries in the 21st century, education is significantly impacted by this wave.
While most education systems still use a central curriculum and sometimes limited teaching resources and materials, the application of artificial intelligence in education has brought a certain level of convenience and flexibility that was never there.
The current global lockdown and rise in online learning have brought significant changes in the education sector, including changes in curriculum design, the adaptation of full digital schedule, teacher-student interaction, evaluation and monitoring resources, and virtual classroom safety.