Not only the online learning software as Zoom, Microsoft team, but other technologies are also now become more popular and can well support for teaching, especially during the Covid situation. This article mentions four modern technologies which are expected to be a trend in the near future.
01. Smart display
Blackboard with chalk is a familiar couple with almost Vietnamese classes, the convenience, friendly and cheap price are the main reasons why it is used in classes except the effects from chalk dust to users’ health.
The appearance of projectors, smart interactive displays with the main concept of blackboard and chalk will be the trend in the future. An intuitive color display combined with ELMO visualizers makes it become a useful teaching tool. The Interactive board and ELMO Visualizer duo are effectively used for both online and offline classes.
02. Data analytics
Data is a valuable asset that helps to analyse, evaluate, estimate and propose solutions.
It cannot deny that experienced teachers can rate students, big data plays an important role in supporting managers to build a plan and optimize the teaching method and device equipment and human resources in school.
03. VR, AR and other immersive technologies
Let’s imagine, when joining a class, both teachers and students can easily get lost in the Virtual reality environment of a historic lesson.
Yes, it is not a dream. Nowadays, virtual reality, immersive technology, and artificial reality technology developed and got some achievements, this is not the imagination anymore. For example, you can walk around a dinosaur and see it walking, roaring… instead of watching in video or from the image. Nowadays, VR, AR technology allow people to taste, feel and smell… which is predicted to become a trend in education.
04. One-on-one computing
Before Covid 19 pandemic, owning personal electric devices like laptops, smartphones, tablets… seems like unrealistic for students, but now, everything is changed. In what people call “new normal” activities, online learning requires students to get their personal devices to support them during studying. That’s why one-on-one computing is no longer a new concept in Vietnam. From that, students will have more opportunities to access electric sources as e-book, videos, e-classroom…
Keeping up with technology trends to make learning more interesting and effective is essential to diversify and optimize teaching methods and approaches to lectures. To learn more about smart classroom technologies in Vietnam, please contact:
Ms Tuyên (firstname.lastname@example.org)