The digital classroom is an amazing tool that allows teachers to use technology to enhance their current curriculum while also creating a space for student development as they engage in an authentic practice of learning. This is a great way for teachers to engage students while simultaneously building a powerful partnership with them.
So where can you and your students use digital classrooms? We’ve been fortunate enough to have some amazing teachers on our team who have learned how to get students involved in the learning process. We have implemented this learning process at all of our studios and we are constantly surprised what amazing things happen when we get students involved in the process. If you want to try this process out we have some videos and some awesome resources to help you get started.
Digital classrooms are a great way to get a student engaged in learning. The best part is that it’s completely flexible. All you need is a computer and a good internet connection so everything is ready to go. You can do whatever you want. You can assign a new student to a new lesson, you can have them create a document together, they can watch a video together, they can play a game together, they can collaborate.
Digital classrooms are the best way to get students involved in learning. They are hands-on and the instructor is right there with them. They can do all that with their own PC and internet connection. They can play online games together, they can watch web videos together, they can take classes together. These are the things that really get students excited to learn.
Digital classrooms are great for students because they are hands-on and hands-on means that they are engaging. The teacher is right there with them and is there to guide them through the process. They can do stuff that they don’t have a computer or a screen to do, they can watch YouTube videos together, they can have a play area and a big screen, they can collaborate to create their own digital lesson.
Digital classrooms are great for students too because they feel very similar to the way they learned in school. One of my students, Ethan, is a senior at college and he went through the same thing in college. He said that it was the perfect way to learn because he was in the same class, we were all doing the same thing, and he was doing it by himself.
You know that digital classrooms are great if you’re doing lessons with a variety of different people. But I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that digital classrooms don’t always work. I’ve been in a situation where four people are in a classroom and they all want to play the same game. And as I watched the game play on the big screen, I was wondering if anyone would notice that a fourth person was watching.
Yes. I mean, you should be able to turn the screen around so that the person in front of you is facing the screen. And also remember to put your left hand up for the person to see. And if the person in front of you is on mute, you should be able to mute him.
The issue is that the classroom is usually a school environment where the students are supposed to be learning. If you can’t hear them, you can’t learn. If you’re on the other side of the classroom, you’re just going to be distracted by whatever you’re doing.
I can say that I’ve seen a lot of online classroom settings that I find cumbersome and generally bad. In a classroom setting, the teacher or the students are supposed to be the one to teach the material. If you cant hear them, you cant learn. In my experience, classrooms are always populated by students who are supposed to be learning. I guess I just view it as an issue of communication. Ive been in a classroom where the teacher was on mute.