Children complain about unimaginable tasks, and if they are unable to understand what a teacher needs from them, homework is even more stressful for life, which causes stressful situations for both them and parents. Often, in this case, the Applicant is asked to help reduce homelessness. However, a large assistant may be a trainee not only for specialists sitting next to him, but also for a computer or smartphone.
Technology improves the learning process
Teachers and students agree that access to technology during the teaching / learning process helps to achieve good results. A study by the American University in Cincinnati reveals that technological innovations are as much as 74 percent. Teachers help create new colors in content learning to attract students and expand their horizons. The same percentage of students says technology is a great learning tool. Teachers say that access to technology allows them to provide knowledge in a wider range of ways, and students are encouraged by the fact that technology encourages their creativity and personal expression. Research shows that students who learn using mobile applications or other technological tools during learning are even better than those who simply learn from textbooks.
"Technology changes the way in which teachers and students accept, process, and use various information. Instead of listening to lessons and then publishing lessons at home later in the booklet, you can use a variety of innovative learning tools such as scientific mobile applications. it helps to deepen the subject and really teach it, not only to "express" certain facts. Of course, gadgets or other tools are many and diverse, so teachers or parents can help them select them, "says Eglė Tamelytė, head of the project for Lithuanian School for education at the Samsung School for the Future.
Depending on the type of memory, process your data
It should also take into account the fact that students receive and process information differently. Probably no one had to hear about the visual and auditory memory. Whether it is more likely that a student will receive information by hearing or watching depends on how he or she is learning a particular subject.
For those who have more developed their vocal memory, they only need to listen more, as educators say, or even their own voice. Simply use your mobile phone to record what the teacher says during a lesson. If necessary, the record can be played back and highlight the most important things. Sometimes it's difficult to learn from the silent note, so it's easier to remember the information students can read loudly, record voice and listen to the recording anytime, anywhere – while you go to classes, exercise or sleep before. There is also a large number of easy access to the Internet on various topics on the Internet, which can help students learn more about different topics and avoid the boredom of reading textbooks.
Those who have visual memory usually connect information with different images. It is easier for students to memorize learning if graphs, diagrams and other images are used. There are several applications on the Internet that can facilitate homework for students with visual memory. A visual information folder is particularly easy to create using the Popplet application. The gadget allows students to capture facts, thoughts and images and create relationships between them. Visitors to Piktochart or Easel.ly can create imaginative infographics and provide creative information in a creative way.
Student workloads help mobile applications
Cliché of the phrase "this is an application!" There is no need. Applications can be discovered for all needs – others do not go beyond science and can be excellent helpers in preparing your homework.
How can intelligent applications help?
· You will receive a weekly learning program tailored to your personal needs and weather conditions, build a learning plan, and follow the tasks you need to work, which will help you to follow many of the works and lessons you need;
· Monitor how you manage your tasks and your progress in your priorities;
· To make team work more efficiently by sharing them with colleagues or congresses and assigning tasks to each other, commenting on progress in work;
· Understand specific things, for example. Mathematics – by directing a smartphone camera to a specific task, applications not only reveal the answer, but also show the way to solve the task.
"Different mobile learning applications help you plan your time better and find quick and effective ways to learn how to solve new issues. Technology is developing to meet the needs of modern people, and innovation can never be easier for the learning process," says Samsung School for the Future.