EdTech is advancing, changing to make the processes seamless for universities. But who is the one driving this change like one person, a professor, a university or a community?
If you are thinking I am going to answer that, please don’t as graduation was the toughest period of my life. I am not going to think twice on that direction.
However I am inquisitive about the CHANGE, like there is a massive change to how I graduated between verbal boring lectures of Professor X, Y and Zee compared to how little stars are studying today.
It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage CHANGE. –Charles Darwin
Most part of this CHANGE lies in making the processes DIGITAL, at least what I have seen, contradict? Comments section below is where you should be, shuu.
Even if the processes are made DIGITAL, unless there is each one of us to ADOPT that, it’s not going to make that effect.
Hence I think, do we need to STOP and think whether the EdTech advancements are really covering every concern of current education ecosystem?
STOP, CHANGE, ADOPT, DIGITAL #scadbytrootech is one such attempt to bring out the missing aspects which the digital advancements are maybe overlooking.
Matching up to this criteria, an innovative aspect I thought goes like this – After every lecture the teacher conducts an online test in the form of multiple choice questions, quiz, exit tickets, etc. Thus, assessing students on the basis of theories taught on the day itself. This way the students can ascertain their learning.
Not only the system works for students, the module can also consist of the feature wherein the students can review their learning of the session just after it.
In a nutshell, serving at both the teacher’s and student’s end, and reducing the long manual process to check upon the student’s knowledge out of the educated sessions as semester exams after 5-6 months. This concept can be well inter-wined as an Android or iOS App developed in native framework. What say?