4 disruptive education technologies poised to change higher learning
Education finally received an invitation to the Big Data party and, boy, are things look exciting in the flipped classroom! From boosting teaching methods to shortening learning curves, everyone wins. Check out this infographic to see how you can make the most out of your flipped classroom with Big Data.
A new teaching method is subverting the very fabric of traditional education: the flipped classroom. Imagine students attending online classes and learning at their own pace, in a totally homework-free environment, while teachers use educational technology to boost the learning process. Sound fun? Let´s take a look.
Designing and improving a specific course curriculum and syllabus in universities can turn into a dilemma. To make sure that the outcomes of a course, major or program are met and precise, academic planners need to assess whether teachers and students will be able to handle a particular academic workload.
Many readers are researching about new trends in higher education software. One of the most interesting and challenging methods to improve skill based training and make the most of schedules, rooms, labs and workshops, is the flipped classroom.
We are paying attention at the insights given by experts in technology, educators and policymakers at the world’s leading higher education technology conference, held in London in January. In October, U-Planner will be participating again in the Latin American version in Mexico.
The use of technology can improve integrated planning in your higher education curriculum by gathering student performance and learning information using big data, helping instructional design processes and data collection, as well as cross-checking with best practices using artificial intelligence.
Digital transformation and the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution of information technology is changing what we do at work, at home and in education. However, are we implementing them at a good pace at an institutional level?
Learning to use and embrace higher education technology is one of our followers’ pressing concerns in strategic planning. In fact, implementing a new school management solution requires an extensive nurturing process across campus. For that, you need to identify who on your team is more likely to embrace it and empower them to nurture their peers.