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Higher Education Spaces

Nontraditional but More Collaborative

Source: Ed Surge

Source: Ed Surge

Source: Eran Ben-Ari, Ed Surge

Faculty are engaging students in new and innovative ways to learn. Through experimental learning and authentic assessment and team-based approaches. Faulty have been more focused on teaching first rather than research. Technology seems to be the driving force behind this. This focuses on better communication and more classroom collaboration in order to support students in higher education. With adequate support and training, these instructors can create a more active environment for the classroom.

This all helps teachers cut down on tedious tasks and instead use technology services to accelerate teaching opportunities and grading processes.

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Alisa Verratti