“imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. “- Albert Einstein
It is important to acknowledge that students are already interested and engaged in using technology, this creates many amazing opportunities for schools and teachers to benefit from integrating technology in the classroom and makes teaching and learning more effective.
Technology can encourage a more active participation in the learning process which can be hard to achieve through any traditional lecture environment. By using smart board technology in the classrooms, both teachers and students can develop skills essential for the 21st century. Students can gain the skills they will need to be successful in the future.
Modern learning is about collaborating with others, solving complex problems, critical thinking, developing different forms of communication and leadership skills, and improving motivation and productivity. What is more, technology can help develop many practical skills, including creating presentations, learning to differentiate reliable from unreliable sources on the Internet, maintaining proper online etiquette, and writing emails.
With countless online resources, our technology can help improve teaching. Teachers use different apps or trusted online resources to enhance the traditional ways of teaching and to keep students more engaged. Virtual lesson plans, grading software and online assessments can help teachers. Virtual learning environments in schools enhances collaboration and knowledge sharing between teachers.
The student’s laptops are monitored and controlled with high end technology software for safeguarding. The campus is fully Wi-Fi and secure with hardware and software firewalls.
Head Of ICT
Adorable British College