Higher Education in a World of Change

The traditional passive learning model is irrevocably broken. Technology can make the difference between inattentive students and engages participants.

Technology is everywhere… and affects how we live, work, play, and (most importantly) learn. With mobile and IoT becoming prevalent across every industry, it makes sense that our schools are increasingly deploying technology in the classroom. However, for many schools, implementing the latest technology is a difficult process strategy to navigate and there is debate over strategy.

The traditional passive learning model is irrevocably broken. Technology in the classroom allows the teacher to become more… the encourager, adviser, and coach. Today’s classrooms need to mirror the way that students want to learn. Technology in education helps students stay engaged. Integrating technology into the classroom is an effective way to connect with students of all learning styles/levels.

Our new guide was created by Alan C. Brawn – CTS, DSCE, DSDE, DSNE, DCME, ISF, ISF-C. He is a principal of Brawn Consulting, an audio visual consulting, training, educational development, and market intelligence company with national exposure to major manufacturers and integrators in the industry.

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