Smart Education and e-Learning offers a flexible access to education materials in an interactive way for students to absorb information.  The software-based tools offer a number of interactive experiences where information is presented via visual formats such as 3D objects and animations. Students also have more access to information and therefore gain a comprehensive understanding to new topics. Smart education and e-learning in smart high schools and smart universities offers a greater interactivity and control to users as students are allowed to explore programs as per their preferences. Students can learn at their speed and interact with the education system in a meaningful manner. Such interaction also enhances innovation as interactive learning facilitates student motivation.

Access World-Standard Content

In smart high schools and smart universities, smart education and e-Learning is a way of accessing world-standard digital content through online sites that promote education. Courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics have received enormous attention globally and programs have been prepared to provide content to smart high schools and smart universities in these areas to prepare students towards gaining skills that will drive the future economy. Such content is critical for both scientific learning and research. Commonly known as Massive Open Online Courses of MOOCs, the global-standard content can be accessed anywhere and anytime as long as students are connected to the Internet and have the necessary smart tools for learning.

Delivery of Content via Different Devices

It is way of delivering education via a number of devices ranging from TVs to tablets to mobile phones. Multimedia introduced the world into classrooms and now smart technologies are taking the classrooms into the world. The existing pace of information-based new technologies has surpassed expert-driven classroom activities. In Smart education and e-learning, technologies such as extended smart mobile technologies, collaborative intelligent filtering and distributed or cloud computing are used to deliver content to students. The use of web technologies aims at closing the gap existing between virtual world and the real world. While such devices have made progress in the manner in which content in being delivered, issues such as connectivity and bandwidth availability largely challenge their usage in remote areas.

Reflect the Needs and Progress of Students

It is an environment providing students, faculty members and parents a whole picture of the learners’ needs and progress in education. Smart Education and e-Learning have tools that replace paper planners that student use in their education programs. On average, students spend 3 times as much on the phones than on desktops. For this reason, students find it easier to communicate with their fellow students, teachers and patents on their mobile devices. With the use of online planners, students are able to manage timetables, receive notifications, track their subject grades and manage their tasks and homework in an efficient manner. E-learning and smart education in smart high schools and smart universities also offer real-time evaluation and analysis for students. Students and parents can track academic performances in real time and improve accordingly.

Networked Collaboration

There is networked collaboration among peers globally where they share ideas with the aim of creating novel knowledge. In smart education and e-learning, smart high schools and smart universities can share their innovative ideas and build on those concepts in the creation of new knowledge that will boost growth and development of nations. Students all over the world are able to exchange ideas and share what their discoveries are and advance on the skills gained. The students can also collaborate with their mentors in case they require further assistance.

Diversity and Smart Education and e-Learning

Smart education and e-learning encourages diversity of thoughts and experience and helps in solving the most complex issues facing the world. In diversity, every student regardless of religion, tribe, race or colour is able to offer their contributions towards a common goal. Smart education and e-learning in smart universities and smart high school does not discriminate against these differences and ideas are welcomed regardless of the source. Through the collaborative efforts, students are able to solve most complex issues in their causes and attain their goals. Problems can range from climate change to the issues that touch the spheres of artificial intelligence, and the reality in solving such issues lies on interaction among experts and peers in making it successful.

Conclusion

In general, smart education and e-learning in smart high schools and smart universities is a system that offers students with an opportunity to interact with peers and mentors using the latest technologies such as smart devices and Internet connected to solve critical problems that the world is or will face in the future. It is through such collaboration that and the enabling technologies that constitute smart learning environments. The system is increasingly being adopted worldwide with technology making an attempt to bring the world to classrooms. Countries that become earlier adopters will definitely benefit from the explosion the Internet  and allied technologies have brought to the education system.

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