India: When everything around us is changing, it is justified to expect our education system and school classrooms will also require to change. A few years ago, the definition of education was associated with a closed classroom of brick and mortar, teachers in front of blackboards and chalks and books. However, as we are progressing and becoming a part of the global world which is consuming technology on a huge scale, the face of education is also evolving. With these changes, there are a number of things which will vanish from our classrooms.
Changes in the way of conducting and assessing tests will also occur. Teachers can now employ artificial intelligence in order to prepare and assess assignments. This will save teachers valuable time to focus more on providing personalized feedback and monitoring students progress better.
More about rote learning and mugging up information. They are understanding how important it is to make students understand the concepts rather than feeding them with information and facts. Consequently, the future education system is going to be immensely based on conceptual learning.
Schools banning gadgets and wifi: We all have studied in schools which have been kept isolated of the internet, mobile phones and gadgets. However, future schools are not going to follow the same age-old rules. The students will no longer be reprimanded for carrying mobile phones to schools. Students will be taught academic honesty and internet safety and responsibility and will be invited to also create content online.
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