Introducing new technologies to complex contexts such as a classroom can have both positive and negative effects. It may have learning experience but it may also make it confusing in frustrating for peoples and teachers. Only real life experience shows the usefulness of new technologies.
Involving stakeholder’s people’s teachers learning service providers parents and school authorities and the development process at an early face even before creating any concepts helps focus the development efforts of a technology or a service to meet user expectations.
The user-centric approaches are useful for numerous purposes such as creating new ideas for services, studying how technology would be accepted and used in real context, recognizing the most important benefits of new solutions, evaluating the prototypes and developing them based on feedback and analysis of user data.
Kids are already using mobile devices and everyday life and they will be using them more and more. We IPad Rental wrote an uncanny school with started what kinds of unique benefits look apple have devices could bring to learning can teaching. We notice that the same features that have made the tablets popular among consumer also valuable in schools. The devices fast flexible and easy to use and take a long in many situations. They use a video camera was also very popular during the lesson.
Technology should not be a substitute for the instruction given by the skilled teacher nor should it replace interaction between the teachers and students. On the country, a well-designed solution can help us student carry out tasks that his own pace in a way that suitable for him. The teacher can then devote more time in the classroom to help each student individually.
Technology can also be a tool for enhancing communication and our user study on hybrid schoolbooks we IPad Rental found that in some cases sending an SMS to the teacher was considered to be even more personal than discussions in the classroom.
Our studies indicate that many of the challenges are currently faced by teachers could be efficiently addressed by mobile technology, for example, the differentiation and support of different learning styles. The use of mobile technology in learning may also blur the boundaries between the school works and leave your time, promoting self-directed and informal learning.
Mobile devices and internet connections will also enable other solutions and content to support the learning process and personal profiles, user-generated content cloud services, augmented reality and educational games. New technological solutions for education need to be introduced step by step and with a good understanding of users and their context so that teachers and children can work efficiently while gradually introducing new practices.