The remarkable benefits of virtual reality make it one of the most popular technologies in education. While the technology is still new in the domain, some progressive schools have already started making most of it. Here are 5 ways virtual reality is contributing to education.
Augmented reality is a modern technology that enhances the real-world view by adding computer-generated information to it. While the technology is a major hit in the world of entertainment and gaming, it is gradually gaining popularity in the world of education.
Learning management systems have revolutionized the corporate sector. With this, traditional training methods have been rightfully replaced by online training, further helping organizations meet their goals.
A learning management system (LMS) for schools, is a software application that is uniquely designed to administer, document, track, and manage the delivery of educational courses.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, technology has emerged as a blessing. And when it comes to the education domain, learning management software is serving as a boon. Read through to find out how school LMS software is helping schools and students during the critical situation.
Classes become interesting when technology is used for delivering lessons. And when interactive technology such as augmented reality is used, the whole process becomes even more enthralling.
The advent and evolution of technological advancements have changed the way we live. Be it any realm, technology has become ubiquitous and the education domain is no exception.
Do you know by the end of the year 2025, 2 billion of the world’s population will be made up of ‘Generation Alpha’- the youngest generation? Also known as 'iGeneration', these are the children born between the years 2010 and 2025.
Mathematics is one of the most dreaded subjects ever! Finding the value of ‘x’ often becomes a burden rather than an interesting task. But why does a subject that is used almost everywhere in our daily lives has to be so feared?
Traditional teaching pedagogies involve learning by reading or viewing images. With the evolution of technology, videos came into picture and students started learning by watching videos. To fill the gaps of anything untouched or unseen, imagination serves as the resort.