Since the introduction of whiteboards, nearly every classroom and corporate classroom has adopted them as a convenient, clean, and cost-effective method of organizing presentations and documenting attendee comments.
Keeping students engaged in a world dominated by technology isn’t easy. Teachers today need to provide their students with lessons that grab their attention to ensure they take in the necessary information. It’s common knowledge that active learning is better than passive instruction. To keep students on the edge of their seats, schools should invest in interactive displays for the classroom.
Improving the educational experience and institutional efficiencies are always a top priority for administrators and faculty members alike. Even with the best intentions, the time to actually review, assess, and revise your workflows is limited during the school year. With the summer holidays now in full effect, this is the time to optimize your processes and digital technology footprint for the coming academic year.
The use of education technology solutions, or EdTech, is on the rise. Many schools and campuses still have not fine-tuned their solutions to get the most out of the technology they’re implementing. Here are three reasons why customized EdTech benefits everyone on campus.
Modern education faces many challenges from attracting students to keeping them engaged. Visual displays are one such strategy which institutions use. Wide format media, such as posters and banners, have long appeared in education. However, modern marketing concepts are changing the way educators approach these tools.
Educators’ priorities are clear. Student learning is the ultimate purpose and highest priority for any academic institution. The teaching staff that makes this goal achievable need certain tools and equipment in place to get the job done.
There are bright spots among New Mexico schools in the state education system. In its latest report, Niche.com gave more than 50 of the state’s public elementary schools a grade of A- or higher.
In a more recent U.S. News & World Report ranking, 28 New Mexico high schools earned the distinction of being among the best schools in the nation. Two schools earned the organization’s gold medal recognition, awarded only to schools in the top 500 nationally.