Practical applications for using technology in education

These are simple and secure methods that can be followed by teachers to work on introducing technology into the classroom:

Practical applications for using technology in education
18 May 2020 - 11:21

These are simple and secure methods that can be followed by teachers to work on introducing technology into the classroom:
1- Class Blog:
Teachers can create free classroom blogs with WordPress, Blogger, and more. They can put pictures of new concepts they are teaching, and add articles, explanations, and media that support study plans.
Blogs allow students to give some roles, they can comment on posts, and they can enable jobs to be posted.
2- SMART Boards
3- Social Media:
With Facebook, a teacher can post interesting articles across the Internet, along with classroom updates, contact parents, and provide insights into what students are studying. You can also use other social networks such as Twitter, for example, which you will find how to use in education in the following articles, which is also prepared by the team with new learning.
4- YouTube:
The popular YouTube site is a wealth of educational video files, and you can also record lectures and private lessons and upload them to YouTube.
5- Cloud Sharing:
Cloud archiving services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, and Apple iCloud can be used to save files.
These services enable students to share classroom notes so that others can view and amend them, and the same is true with slides of presentations and other resources that can be shared with students. The goal here is to share inside and outside the classroom.
You will also find in the following article, prepared by Naguib Zouha, from the team, more details on 5 of the best tools for storing and sharing files
6- Adoption of a flipped classroom solution:

What is inverted learning?
Inverted learning in the context of inverted (reverse) classes, is an educational model that aims to use modern technologies and the Internet in a way that allows the teacher to prepare the lesson through video clips, audio files or other media, for students to view in their homes or anywhere to use their computers Their smartphones, or tablets before attending the lesson. While the lecture time is devoted to discussions, projects, and exercises. The video is an essential element in this mode of education as the teacher prepares a video clip of 5 to 10 minutes and shares it with students on a website or social media.
Thus, the concept of an inverted classroom mostly guarantees the optimal use of the teacher's time during a class. The teacher assesses the level of students at the beginning of the course and then designs activities in the classroom by focusing on clarifying concepts and fixing knowledge and skills. Then he supervises their activities and provides appropriate support to those who defaulted. Therefore, levels of understanding and educational attainment are very high because the teacher took into account the individual differences between the learners.
7- Using iPad in education:
8- Email & Social Media Messaging:

  • Teachers, using email and social media messages, can keep in touch with students outside of the classroom to address further discussions after working hours and encourage students to participate in the course of lessons actively.
The reminder remains that the application of technology, its use in education, and service to school has become an imperative and inevitable necessity, and its diffusion is only a matter of time. We have mentioned above some ways and solutions for introducing technology into the classroom, and you can read more in different places of our website, whether in the tools, guidelines, concepts, or all over the site sections.



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