With an increased focus on integrating educational technology (EdTech) in classrooms to align with the pedagogical methods of teachers, NUITEQ’s VP of Strategy and Content, Dr. Edward Tse examines how digital tools can be used to foster self-regulated learning in an in-depth whitepaper. You can learn more about the topic in parts one and two.The U.S. Department of Education and the What Works Clearinghouse have conducted a study to understand how to improve student outcomes. The results suggest the use of technology improves classroom engagement, course completion and overall grades.
Active learning classrooms and technology-rich environments are designed to facilitate peer review and peer learning and lessen the challenges faced by teachers. As a result, teachers can be more effective and have a clearer understanding of student engagement.
In addition to using tools to provide timely and targeted feedback, teachers can also send personalized feedback and use digital resources to blend and package course content. To learn more about how educational technology supports necessary change in the learning environment while also aiming to help students learn skills needed for future jobs, download our free whitepaper for a more detailed analysis of this topic.
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