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IoT in the Classroom: How Does it Work? [Infographic]

Oct 2, 2016

Technology and education have come to a point of harmony now where replacing the teacher or making the teaching process faster is not the objective anymore (rightfully so). It is about making the delivery of education and its features, better. To do so, schools of tomorrow should look towards emerging technologies today.

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An IoT enabled classroom is without question better equipped to provide tailored learning for students with special needs, interactive learning experiences, faster feedback, easy collaboration access (for both students and teachers) and facilitation for remote learning. The efficiency and cost benefits from an administrative point of view are also enormous.

Following up on our earlier post about using IoT in the classroom, we have put together the following infographic to provide a broad snapshot of how IoT can be leveraged in the average classroom.

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