Learning has changed drastically in the last decade or so. With the advent of technology, it is now possible to learn anything. The era of investing a decade in schooling is slowly losing its importance but still the most preferred way of learning. Self-learning is also gaining significance among many learners. Many are acquiring knowledge and skill through both self-learning and traditional learning, preparing themselves for the upcoming challenges.
The progress in self-learning is accelerated by the available technologies and its impact on education. Livestreaming, for example, has completely changed the future of education. So, how does it impact education in a positive way? Let’s us figure out.
Improving the Teaching Methodology
The teaching methodology in schools follows a specific pattern. At first, teachers go through a long lecture session, which is then followed by home or group study. This method works for many students but it is not guaranteed to work for everyone. Also, there is no option to rewind or recap, and hence students are forced to actively takes notes on the fly.
Exams are held after a month or two and then finally grades are provided for each student. This approach has one major problem, i.e., no active learning. Students will cram topics before the exam, only to forget what they learned after few weeks.
Livestreaming is enabling students to watch experts from different fields and get hands-on experience on how it feels to work on real-world