5 Technologies That Will Change Classroom Education



let's face it school's not what it used to be today's high schoolers are learning how to fly drones and 3d printing their artwork it's really cool but also kind of scary so what crazy new technologies will replace number two pencils and good old graph paper in the classrooms of the future virtual reality has been around since the 90s but now Facebook and Google are no longer in your face googles expeditions program turns smartphones into virtual reality viewers using simple inexpensive cardboard and now that Facebook's bought oculus rift they're planning on getting into classroom gaming as early as next year this is the first kind of headgear that might get you into the popular crowd 3d printing in schools is revolutionizing the art of show-and-tell these printers can make machine parts jewelry even guns yesterday's arts and crafts is now modern-day engineering elementary age children are already using 3d printing to design prosthetic hands remember how you have to lug around heavy books and then swap them out for other heavy books from your locker well now there's the cloud saving students from back problems everywhere but the cloud could also give teachers direct access to data on student study habits by doing all their homework online students provide engagement data on how long they spent on their assignments and whether or not they're taking notes there's a bonus though major publishers could use that data to judge how effective and engaging certain textbooks are so you could be recycling that boring algebra books with biometrics technology we've got fingerprint scanning to borrow library books and iris scanning instead of ID cards teachers will even be able to tell if you're concentrating or not during online courses using eye-tracking technology yikes like old-school projectors but in 3d remember Michael Jackson's back from the dead moonwalk performance well hologram technology in classrooms is still just a dream for now because it's too expensive but in the future it would allow teachers to give lessons to students across the world imagine taking a tour of a historic 3d model of the Coliseum right from your desk the potential for new technology in the classroom is pretty amazing but will it cause students who are plugged in all the time to forget what it's like to live in the real world

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  1. Dejo el texto de los subtitulos automaticos

    let's face it school's not what it used

    to be today's high schoolers are

    learning how to fly drones and 3d

    printing their artwork it's really cool

    but also kind of scary

    so what crazy new technologies will

    replace number two pencils and good old

    graph paper in the classrooms of the

    future virtual reality has been around

    since the 90s but now Facebook and

    Google are no longer in your face

    googles expeditions program turns

    smartphones into virtual reality viewers

    using simple inexpensive cardboard and

    now that Facebook's bought oculus rift

    they're planning on getting into

    classroom gaming as early as next year

    this is the first kind of headgear that

    might get you into the popular crowd 3d

    printing in schools is revolutionizing

    the art of show-and-tell these printers

    can make machine parts jewelry even guns

    yesterday's arts and crafts is now

    modern-day engineering elementary age

    children are already using 3d printing

    to design prosthetic hands remember how

    you have to lug around heavy books and

    then swap them out for other heavy books

    from your locker well now there's the

    cloud saving students from back problems

    everywhere but the cloud could also give

    teachers direct access to data on

    student study habits by doing all their

    homework online students provide

    engagement data on how long they spent

    on their assignments and whether or not

    they're taking notes there's a bonus

    though major publishers could use that

    data to judge how effective and engaging

    certain textbooks are so you could be

    recycling that boring algebra books

    with biometrics technology we've got

    fingerprint scanning to borrow library

    books and iris scanning instead of ID

    cards teachers will even be able to tell

    if you're concentrating or not during

    online courses using eye-tracking

    technology

    yikes like old-school projectors but in

    3d remember Michael Jackson's back from

    the dead moonwalk performance

    well hologram technology in classrooms

    is still just a dream for now because

    it's too expensive but in the future it

    would allow teachers to give lessons to

    students across the world imagine taking

    a tour of a historic 3d model of the

    Coliseum right from your desk the

    potential for new technology in the

    classroom is pretty amazing but will it

    cause students who are plugged in all

    the time to forget what it's like to

    live in the real world

  2. The education sector has changed rapidly. It is mainly due to the new developments in the tech industry. Today education is not only about a group of students and a teacher in the classroom with chalk and duster. It is about the interaction between students and teachers in virtual classrooms. Today parents do not have to wait for the next parent-teacher meeting to check their child’s progress. They simply need to log in and check the ward’s online report card.

    Anyways, read the below. This might help.

    https://www.namasteui.com/how-technology-shapes-the-education-industry/



    Regards,

    Sourav Basak

    Namaste UI

  3. See how students from Harvard are using online education portals. https://blogs.harvard.edu/blockchain/arm-in-arm-education-and-technology-are-revolutionising-together/

  4. Technology itself will not save the classroom. Simply moving from books to iPads wont fix anything. Teaching itself needs to move with the tech, otherwise tech in the classroom will only make matters worse, because if the children get bored with the crap infront of them they'll start to drift into the void (the internet).

  5. [0:20]虛擬現實
    [0:45]頭盔
    [0:52]3d印刷
    [1:18]雲端
    [1:47]生物辨識
    [2:03]眼動追蹤.投影
    [2:25]3D模型

  6. my 5yr old kid uses the Oculus Rift to view sheet music and practice piano https://youtu.be/Tvo8MTH2eps so there’s that

  7. amazing.. somehow technology has a huge impact in our society especially nowadays students tend to use it in a wrong way.

  8. Starting early enough and having the $$$$ needed, it's a possibility….hopefully, culture can keep up. S. Berman

  9. Asslaamu Alaikum

    Remove music and girls,adds, not allowed in islam. no salvation without islam

    Read Quran, ALLAH is talking with you, your creator

  10. Asslaamu Alaikum

    Remove girls,adds, not allowed in islam. no salvation without islam

    Read Quran, ALLAH is talking with you, your creator

  11. Hi fellow teachers. I am looking to have three teachers answer these questions. Any takers?

    Teacher Interview Questions:

    How much of a priority is it for you to teach your students how to use the technology that you integrate into your class lessons?

    What are your main sources for discovering the latest in educational technologies?

    What have you found to be the best ways to assess the effectiveness of an integrated educational technology?

    On a scale of 1-10, how effective do you believe your school is in the area of teaching digital literacy? What steps would you suggest for your school that may increase your school a few points on the scale?

    How do the teachers and administrators who take the lead in the use of technology in the classrooms share their experiences, ideas, and knowledge with other teachers?

    What has been the most effective piece of technology that you currently use to create authentic learning experiences for your students?

    How have recent education technologies been integrated into your assessments?

    How has edu. technologies made a difference in the differentiation of your instruction, content, and assessments for various learners?

    How have you noticed students using available technology to support their learning process?

  12. Please have a look at this competition. I guess your video makes the perfect entry for the same:

    EduDoc is an International Short Film Competition organized annually, to celebrate the field of education! EduDoc is back with its 2017 edition, having an over- arching theme of “Education: Challenges, Innovations and Celebrations”. It provides center stage to those working towards facilitating quality education to students, despite the scarcity of resources.
    To applaud this priceless effort, EduDoc is opening its gates to one and all! All entries have to be sent on or before 15 September 2017, and should be within the stipulated time period of 05:00 minutes (including credits), accompanied with English subtitles (in case the spoken language is not English).
    Application Deadline: 15 September 2017
    To apply, visit: http://jeevika.org/edudoc-2017/

  13. I don't see the benefit with holograms, everything you can do with holograms you can do with VR or AR

  14. I like these kind of videos that can help you in order to get excellent classes and students feel better in class because all the programs are very interesting.

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