The education industry has been coming up with new innovations to enhance learning and teaching experiences. The year 2020 has been a year of transformation all around the world. Due to Covid-19 a lot of changes in the functionalities of the important services of the society. The most important sector that is affected is the education sector. After the restrictions on the social gatherings, schools, universities, and other educational institutes have been finding it hard to conduct their regular classes. This is where eLearning comes to light. Virtual learning can not only help them regulate their teaching but also make the task easier than traditional classroom methods. Since the need for Virtual learning has increased, there have been many technological inventions for the same. From Learning Management Systems to Virtual Classrooms, Educational technology is taking over the traditional methods of education. Apart from the technology that fulfills the basic needs of education virtually, there are innovations like Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, automation, and much more. Let’s look at the most trending projects in education that people have been talking about over the past few months. These technologies are the future of the education sector.
The New Age Technology in Education
It is an interactive real-world experience where objects similar to the real world are created by the computer to provide multiple sensory modalities. From video games to maps, this innovation has great potential to evolve and establish itself in eLearning processes.
This innovation gives the user a real-life experience by taking 360-degree pictures and real interactions. A person can experience being present in a whole different world through Virtual Reality.
This is going to take VR and AR to the next level by creating an environment that combines the Virtual and the real world. It is said to be a hybrid of reality and virtual reality.
In 2020, the growth of online education was accelerated by the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many educational institutions switched from conventional classrooms to virtual classrooms to make students...