How Teachers Can Use Mobile App in Classroom

How Teachers Can Use Mobile App in Classroom

Updated: Mar 20

If you have ever tried teaching sin, cos andtan to 40 bored teenagers, who have no interest in you, but rather in their mobile phones, you would know that teaching is not easy. But, you can make learning fun by taking advantage of their interest – smartphone.

Unlike the millennial kids, the new generation kids thrive on mobile phones. It has become very hard for tutors and parents to distract students from social media and the likes. Smartphone technologies are so engaging that conventional study materials are finding it hard to hold students’ attention. However, the bright side to this is that instead of banning smartphones to school, using them to engage students and improve their experience can help educational institutions in providing the best education to individual students.


Why Mobile Devices are Distracting and Traditional Learning, is Distasteful


While both mobile applications and textbooks empower students, the reason why mobile apps are distracting and textbooks are distasteful is not the content but the way it is delivered. In the eyes of students, what’s happening in the Grammys award is more interesting than studying organic chemistry. It is also about the visual appeal, the physical touch, and having control over the content that mobile devices offer.


How Teachers Can Leverage Mobile Apps in Learning


Professors can only beat students’ smartphone addiction by integrating mobile apps in learning and knowledge development. Educators must create a learning environment that aligns students’ reel world to their real world.


Here’s how teachers can develop smart classrooms with mobile phones/apps:


Make Lectures Available All the Time


Teachers canrecord lectures and make them available on mobile apps so that students can access them anytime. Pre-recorded lessons will not allow students to miss important lecture points. In fact, with mobile apps, professors can create lectures using inventive ways, such as by embedding YouTube videos, using graphical representation and infographics, providing real-life examples, adding audio-video notes and animations.



Heighten Communication with Students


Teachers can foster one-to-one communication with students who fear public speaking or social confrontations. One-to-one interaction is proving significantin developing students’ social-emotions. With mobile apps, professors can provide special services for individual students and help them beat their weaknesses.


For instance, professors and tutorscan share learning tips, send reminders, and engage in friendly conversations to help students get rid of their fear and apprehensions regarding studies and teachers.


Associate with Parents


Parents’ involvement is crucial in students’ academic activities. Mobile apps can instill parental support by keeping them in the loop regarding students’ performance and progress. For instance, parents can view their children’s test results or extracurricular achievements on the mobile app dashboard in real-time. This saves time and effort invisiting schools.


Incorporate Collaborate Classrooms


Collaborative classrooms allow students to update assignments, ask forfeedback, pose questions, gain access to supplement notes, solve workbooks, attend quizzes and tests, share projects and notes with other kids, and share ideas and opinions on a daily basisthrough engaging smart mobile apps.


Students of this generation are always prepared for new technology experiencesso educators must use their enthusiasm in science and technology and empower them with the right knowledge and skill via smart classroom technologies likemobile applications and smart classrooms.


#ClassSaathi #classroomtechnology #learningapp #studyapp #learningmanagementsystem #Class6 #learningoutcomes #TagHive #education #edtech #educationtechnology #learningtechnology #classroomtechnology

286 views

R

  • Facebook - White Circle
  • YouTube - White Circle
  • Instagram - White Circle
  • Twitter - White Circle
  • LinkedIn - White Circle

Suite 806, Daewangpangyo-ro 815, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-city, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea

Registration Number 358 81 00757
CEO Agarwal Pankaj

Copyright TagHive Inc., All rights reserved © 2020

Accelerated by