Evolving supporting pillars

Unique innovations help to further modernize education.

To provide good future education to students, Here are 8 points that will benefit teachers and parents.

1. Train with Augmented Reality.

Augmented reality is a technology that provides a computer-generated image as if it were actually seen by the viewer. The technology will lead to physical activity in children and they will have more fun in the classroom. AR devices can transform objects into three-dimensional 3D models without grasping them.

2. Learn through Artificial Intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is a theory of human intelligence. Speaking according to vision, It is an

advancement in computer systems that can make decisions as well as translate languages. If teachers make

learning easy and motivating for students, AI can be a personalized coach for training and skill development.

3. Interpretations of information data

Mathematics is considered one of the three critical literacies, but in the near future the hand-counting part of

mathematics will become insignificant. Because sooner or later computers will perform statistical analysis,

Analyzing and displaying data and predicting future trends will become easy.

4. Student property

Students are expected to develop their curriculum more and be more involved. Only a curriculum that includes both young people and scholars will be a modern and useful contemporary curriculum. Therefore, critical information on students’ persistence and content is important for developing comprehensive study programs.

5. Blended Learning – mixed learning

Blended learning is a form of education in which students alternate between online learning and face-to-face classroom learning through electronic devices and online media.

6. Hybrid Homeschooling

Homeschooling is an education system in which children are taught by parents themselves at home, rather than being taught by teachers at school. These children can go to private tutoring centers for specific subjects that their parents cannot teach them.

7. Changing roles of teachers

The role of teachers in the 21st century is no longer to teach information, but to nurture students to think and act well. It is the essence of a student-centered approach rather than one-on-one coaching of each student.

8. Cultivating empathy

Empathy should be nurtured in the student’s life. Students need to be taught to appreciate the differences between each month.