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We all live in a modern world, which is very different from what was just a few decades ago. Modern technologies have become an integral part of our daily life. They make it easier, cozier and affect us.
The innovations react and the spheres of our life. And one of them is an educational system that has experienced many experiments over the past few years and has found new formats.
New technologies will help to change the system of organization of the working and educational space. For example, the open central part can be used for lectures and presentations, and the functional rooms can be arranged around the perimeter by installing glass partitions that will make the entire workflow transparent and intuitive.
Training courses should be submitted in conjunction with related fields. This approach makes it possible to study the profile discipline from different angles.
One of the main shortcomings of complementary education is the separation from the real industry and the practical application of knowledge. In the future, this problem is to be solved by immersion in the working environment and understanding of all possible outcomes. This approach makes it possible to form an interest in the subject and can become a motivation for further independent study of complex details.
The next innovation in the education system can be multi-format groups of students – classes in a group consisting of participants of different ages and profiles, because they give a powerful synergistic effect.
Now in many educational institutions there is a tendency of transition from usual chalkboards to a white board. The appearance of projectors is also the result of the influence of new technologies on the learning process. It is possible that the next step will be something related to smartphones and tablets.
Yet, what the future is preparing for us will only be shown by time. Follow the news and read us.
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