Thinking about education in school and ways to improve what we learn could be quite tricky for teachers and students of all ages. Learning something from a friend always seems more attractive at a younger age, which is why Google has come up with the perfect apps for classrooms, which allow the students to share all they have learned in their own time.
Google’s Cast for Education is the latest development in education, which allows the students also to take part in what they learn outside of the classroom. Ever wondered how a leaping frog can jump 50 times its own length? Or how they are planning to build bridges that connect every continent in the world? Well, students might wonder about other things, but would also find these types of subjects interesting once presented to them.
With the new app from Google, students can share this information with others by showing their mobile screens on a larger screen in class. This means the new things you’ve learned will be shown to everyone, whether is something to do with an exciting project in class or something someone mentioned last week.
The idea that students share an interesting fact about the work will automatically educate everyone else including themselves. Teachers are somewhat limited to the amount of information at hand and don’t always have the time to do additional research, even if they did, it’s certain that a student will look in different faces and discover other interesting facts about the matter.
This will provide the entire classroom with vital information, while takes them beyond just studying for the exam, but also understanding better. Students are also sure to share more interest in subjects as they are motivated to check u on these things and present them in class.
The app will be available for all mobile devices and will be able to share information with each other and their teachers. The teacher will have control over what’s being shared on the screen in class, which will allow them to ensure matters stay on subject and can be monitored. This is a new way of looking at education and what our youth learns from day to day.