As technology grows, so do the options for gathering and sharing information. Because while finding cat gifs or funny memes on the internet is fun, there are also scholarly dissertations on a variety of subjects, public domain novels and classics, and up-to-date scientific information.
This, in combination with advances in personal computing in both applications and general hardware, means that there are a host of new tools and methods that can be used to improve student learning outcomes. But what ways work? Members from the Forbes Technology Council offer their thoughts.
1. Teach With Open-Source Resources
2. Tap Into Education Platforms Online
3. Invest In Video Games
4. Regulate Interactions
5. Let The Kids Teach
6. Use Tech Sparingly
7. Switch To Tablet Learning
8. Make Sure Higher Education Has High-End IT Options