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Technology in Schools

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65% of students in today’s classrooms will work in jobs that don’t exist yet. With that in mind, forward-thinking educators are recognising the value in using emerging technology like virtual reality to provide an immersive learning experience and prepare students for the future. When used in a classroom setting as an instructional tool supplementary to conventional education, VR supports more holistic learning and enables children to immerse themselves in the learning...

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While technology enhances learning experiences for both teachers and students, keeping it secure can be challenging. As cyber threats become more sophisticated, schools must be looking at methods to keep their IT and their staff and student data protected. With 81% of students using desktops, laptops or tablets at least once per week in school 1, schools need robust infrastructure supported by comprehensive security strategies. From educating students...

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Leveraging the capability of technology in the classroom can transform learning experiences and student engagement. From lesson planning to collaboration, IT can spark greater interest in subject content. HP devices with Intel® can help students access online learning resources and encourage active participation, with 73% of teachers reporting that technology enables them to respond to a variety of learning styles in the classroom1. At Cyclone, we’ve compiled...

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Research shows that teaching using computer science concepts and using robots in the classroom has a direct influence on children's skills development in four major categories: cognitive, conceptual, language and social (collaborative) skills. Robots used in the classroom encourages interactive learning, making children more engaged in their learning activities. It is important that we can effectively use robotics as a tool to engage students with...

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