Relations between students and teachers have undergone a complete change since the advent of technology. This is because current students have access to multiple sources of information, for example, only to know what is being asked at school.
The teaching methods for the mind are, therefore, well developed, and much more interactive and proper, due to digital media.
Digital education is a revolutionary way of making learning, especially by field level for all students. India is home to the world’s largest child population, with 430 million children aged 0 to 18.
State education in the country, especially in rural areas, has been very angry, with challenges such as the old ways, the lack of teachers, the disproportionate proportion of teachers and the inadequate teaching materials that disturb the sector.
Educational digitization helps solve this problem by providing multimedia instructional tools for teachers and students through learning methods that use digital devices, such as smart boards, LCD screens, videos and more.
sends remote information through multiple locations, through interactive digital media to address the lack of teachers in the country.
According to a report by the UK-India Business Council, the e-learning sector in India is expected to grow at an annual rate of 17.4 percent between 2013 and 2018, twice the average world average.
This, along with the government’s efforts to build a digital future for citizens with the Digital India program, and to increase investment in India’s skills campaign, is developing an ecosystem that improves technology in education.
The future is digital
By 2020 there will be approximately 1.5 million new digitized projects around the world. However, now 90% of organizations now lack IT skills, while 75% of educators and students feel the gap in the ability to meet the needs of the IT workforce.
Research at the World Economic Forum records that 65% of children entering primary school will find in the field that it is not currently available. Therefore, the education sector establishes the talent required for the digital economy, by accelerating the increase of IT skills.
That is why digital education is a way forward:
Personalized course: a good learning management system (LMS) can generate information and improve learning skills. With the right ‘knowledge management’ device, you can designate ‘student-focused courses’ to provide education.
There are no language steps: most Indian populations can not read or write in English, but like technology, learning materials can also be used digitally in the local language.
thanks to e-learning and m-learning initiatives, educators can also access content offline, which can be synchronized when Internet connection is available.
Open education: Open resources are an essential part of an online education that consists of media that can be easily accessed to study, teach and research. This allows students to access a variety of learning materials that develop a free learning ecosystem.
India has realized that Industry 4.0 needs 4.0 education.
With digital transformation, we have to change the way we learn and what we learn. Our young mind is a collective generation that will become our future workforce. Digital education can drive an independent trend to study among young people today and participate in the knowledge that is available to them.