We live in perhaps the fastest growing and evolving age in human history, with technology at the helm of things, be it at the workplace, homes or classrooms.. For today’s children and youth, the changes at the workplace and home are not as influential to as changes in classrooms are.
There has been a dramatic shift from the industrial era learning environment. Gone are the days of chalkboards, notebooks and pencils, digitization has enabled us to save resources (e.g. paper) and instead use electronic devices (like smart boards, AR VR) in classrooms for learning. This new mode of learning is widely termed as e-learning, but it is a lot more than just that.