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Gamification technology is highly used in a variety of applications today. It is immensely getting success in for their usage in the educational apps. The method of gamification aims at increasing user involvement through integrating the game mechanics to the app. Educations backs as the most crucial pillar behind the growth of an individual. When the entire world is going towards digitization, technological advancements in education cannot be left behind. Gamified Education AppsGamification makes the learning procedure much exciting and captivating for the learners. It adopts the data-driven techniques used by the game designers that engage the players. It applies to non-gaming models as well like the technique used in educational mobile app development solutions. Udemy, Coursera, Khan Academy, TEDEd are examples of some of the free gamification apps for education.Now, point to understand is that gamification in education apps does not just mean developing games for educational purposes. Still, it also aims at making the education and its process enjoyable. This is because it involves the usage of various motivational techniques that make games much interesting.What does it require to build a Gamified Education App?Now, when we talk about creating a gamified education app, its manufacturing cost actually depends upon the complexity and amount of the content. It also includes the amount of support and consultation you require along with getting ongoing support after the launch of the app. One should try to understand that the gamification is not an easy thing to do. It requires a lot of time for figuring out the core loops so that gamification works easily. You can hire UX designers that have already made gamification apps earlier. Instead of just focusing on the technical part, you should essentially go with user testing for mobile apps. This will help you to understand whether your users like your app or not. You can improve the app as per the users’ needs.Cost of Developing Educational Gaming AppEducational app development requires a considerable amount of investment. Interactive and relevant researches should be done to create a fascinating app in the real world. Training the students within the gamified environment helps them in grasping things easily and imparting education becomes easier in this way. The cost to develop a basic educational app involving approaches of conceptualizations, design, and development ranges from $5,000 to $17,000. The enhancement in the procedure and functionalities of the app becomes the reason behind cost enhancement for the educational app that vary based on the requirements. Apps with exceptional technical features and gamified solutions may cost 2 to 3 times more depending upon the apps preferences. If you are looking to hire an app developer, it also indirectly depends upon the features to be included. A good developer for your education app can be hired at $12 to $20 and vary as per a country’s location and inflation rate. ConclusionGamified educational apps are too complicated and the experienced app developers in the coordination of the experienced educators should better develop them. Hence, it is always recommended to associate with a good mobile app development company to acquire the best education app with gamified solutions. 
Gamification technology is highly used in a variety of applications today. It is immensely getting success in for their usage in the educational apps. The method of gamification aims at increasing user involvement through integrating the game mechanics to the app. Educations backs as the most crucial pillar behind the growth of an individual. When the entire world is going towards digitization, technological advancements in education cannot be left behind. Gamified Education AppsGamification makes the learning procedure much exciting and captivating for the learners. It adopts the data-driven techniques used by the game designers that engage the players. It applies to non-gaming models as well like the technique used in educational mobile app development solutions. Udemy, Coursera, Khan Academy, TEDEd are examples of some of the free gamification apps for education.Now, point to understand is that gamification in education apps does not just mean developing games for educational purposes. Still, it also aims at making the education and its process enjoyable. This is because it involves the usage of various motivational techniques that make games much interesting.What does it require to build a Gamified Education App?Now, when we talk about creating a gamified education app, its manufacturing cost actually depends upon the complexity and amount of the content. It also includes the amount of support and consultation you require along with getting ongoing support after the launch of the app. One should try to understand that the gamification is not an easy thing to do. It requires a lot of time for figuring out the core loops so that gamification works easily. You can hire UX designers that have already made gamification apps earlier. Instead of just focusing on the technical part, you should essentially go with user testing for mobile apps. This will help you to understand whether your users like your app or not. You can improve the app as per the users’ needs.Cost of Developing Educational Gaming AppEducational app development requires a considerable amount of investment. Interactive and relevant researches should be done to create a fascinating app in the real world. Training the students within the gamified environment helps them in grasping things easily and imparting education becomes easier in this way. The cost to develop a basic educational app involving approaches of conceptualizations, design, and development ranges from $5,000 to $17,000. The enhancement in the procedure and functionalities of the app becomes the reason behind cost enhancement for the educational app that vary based on the requirements. Apps with exceptional technical features and gamified solutions may cost 2 to 3 times more depending upon the apps preferences. If you are looking to hire an app developer, it also indirectly depends upon the features to be included. A good developer for your education app can be hired at $12 to $20 and vary as per a country’s location and inflation rate. ConclusionGamified educational apps are too complicated and the experienced app developers in the coordination of the experienced educators should better develop them. Hence, it is always recommended to associate with a good mobile app development company to acquire the best education app with gamified solutions. 

Gamification technology is highly used in a variety of applications today. It is immensely getting success in for their usage in the educational apps. 

The method of gamification aims at increasing user involvement through integrating the game mechanics to the app. 

Educations backs as the most crucial pillar behind the growth of an individual. When the entire world is going towards digitization, technological advancements in education cannot be left behind. 

Gamified Education Apps

Gamification makes the learning procedure much exciting and captivating for the learners. It adopts the data-driven techniques used by the game designers that engage the players. It applies to non-gaming models as well like the technique used in educational mobile app development solutions. Udemy, Coursera, Khan Academy, TEDEd are examples of some of the free gamification apps for education.

Now, point to understand is that gamification in education apps does not just mean developing games for educational purposes. Still, it also aims at making the education and its process enjoyable. This is because it involves the usage of various motivational techniques that make games much interesting.

What does it require to build a Gamified Education App?

Now, when we talk about creating a gamified education app, its manufacturing cost actually depends upon the complexity and amount of the content. It also includes the amount of support and consultation you require along with getting ongoing support after the launch of the app. 

One should try to understand that the gamification is not an easy thing to do. It requires a lot of time for figuring out the core loops so that gamification works easily. You can hire UX designers that have already made gamification apps earlier. Instead of just focusing on the technical part, you should essentially go with user testing for mobile apps. This will help you to understand whether your users like your app or not. You can improve the app as per the users’ needs.

Cost of Developing Educational Gaming App

Educational app development requires a considerable amount of investment. Interactive and relevant researches should be done to create a fascinating app in the real world. Training the students within the gamified environment helps them in grasping things easily and imparting education becomes easier in this way. 

The cost to develop a basic educational app involving approaches of conceptualizations, design, and development ranges from $5,000 to $17,000. The enhancement in the procedure and functionalities of the app becomes the reason behind cost enhancement for the educational app that vary based on the requirements. Apps with exceptional technical features and gamified solutions may cost 2 to 3 times more depending upon the apps preferences. 

If you are looking to hire an app developer, it also indirectly depends upon the features to be included. A good developer for your education app can be hired at $12 to $20 and vary as per a country’s location and inflation rate. 

Conclusion

Gamified educational apps are too complicated and the experienced app developers in the coordination of the experienced educators should better develop them. Hence, it is always recommended to associate with a good mobile app development company to acquire the best education app with gamified solutions. 

Hold up! If you’re someone who’s like me as a student, you’d like this but if you are not from my generation you won’t know what I am talking about. You may have clicked this post in anger of a stupid kid who doesn’t know what she’s talking about. Don’t get me wrong here, I like school. I think every kid likes school, we just don’t like the worries and homework that it comes with but that’s not the problem is it. The reason most people will not understand this is because you’re not in school, but us teenagers are and it is oddly different from up close. The problem is not with the education, well maybe it is but the whole education system as a whole is broken and if you’re a student you know it too.Do you know a country which succeeds in education, a country which is doing better than any country in the world? If you guessed Finland you are right. If you’re a student Finland schools are a dream come true. No homework. No standardized tests. Lesser school hours. For all the parents, yes these are beneficial things, it is a proven fact, check the education statistics of Finland. Finland is a great example of why our country's education system is broken. Here's why our education system is broken.Also Check: Social issues in the worldKids are scared of SchoolWell that’s not entirely school but we have all woken up in the morning crying about going to school, ever wondered why? We have all at some point come back home and told our parents, I hate school, school sucks. We’re not joking. We’re scared that if we don’t understand something, we will get an f in our test and fail. We’ve all been there, pretending to look away when the teacher asks a question that you don’t know the answer to. I don’t think a student should feel like they shouldn’t try at all just because they might end up being wrong. You’re scared that on the next test, you’ll get a B or a C and when you bring that home to your parents they won’t be happy with it. We’re scared that getting a low mark in math and science will affect our whole future. Students aren’t scared of learning, they’re scared that their learning may never be good enough. Everyday that I wake up, I am not looking forward to going to school, I do because I have to. There is no excitement. Like most things in life, we do things because we have to but we spend 15 years of our lives in school and that’s a very long time. Shouldn’t we at least get something to look forward to too.Kids Do NOT learn creativity at schoolEverything we learn in schools is by the book and we forget the creative aspect of things. We learn math for so many years and yet when we get out of school we don’t know how to earn money or pay taxes or buy a house. We’re taught the math behind everything but we’re not actually taught that thing. Today, if I were to go out in the real world and earn money I wouldn’t even know where to begin. You see schools are so focused on the tests and creativity just can’t be tested, so we simply don’t learn it at all. I’ll put it simply, Drew Barrymore, Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Richard Branson, are just a few out of thousand of people who dropped out of school but they’re still famous. They have still accomplished things that most people who have gone through years and years of education have not been able to. They left school and found their creativity and today we look up to these people everyday, most of these people who we are being taught about in our history lessons. We look to learn from people who have been dropouts themselves.All subject are not given an equal chanceLet me be straight up with you. I am not good at math or science but I have sat through the classes everyday just to come out and learn something I may never use in my life. I want to be an actor. I wanna act but we all know schools don’t give all subjects the same chance. I have math every day of the week. I have science every day of the week, but I only have performing art, 3 days in 6 days. Just like me there are millions of students who don’t like all subjects, but the subjects that they like aren’t given enough time at school. We give math and science so much time and they might be someone’s future and dream, but not everyone’s. Why can’t all dreams be given an equal chance? Why can’t all gifts be given an equal chance. Some kids are good at music, some at writing, some at arts but we all know that for decades now, all the school’s really focus is on Math and Science. Not all of us understand and not all of us will and that’s okay but we should at least get a fair shot at learning what we are compassionate about. Not everyone wants to be a doctor or an astronaut and not everybody can be. There are actors, lawyers, dancers, musicians and so many other professions which are important. A student never learns that at school because all schools only focus on Math and Science. I have given many entrance examinations in my life and guess what? Math, Science and English are a must. So if I’m not good at those subjects, I am not well equipped to have a good education? I may not be good at all subjects but I haven’t even gotten a chance to prove all the subjects I am good at.Our Education System has not changed from the last 150 yearsOur world is constantly evolving. There is new technology created so often but ours schools have somehow remained the same. Have you ever wondered why you sit in straight rows? Or why all you do at school is listen to the teachers instructions, ‘Raise your hand and speak’ and short bathroom breaks and that too if only your teacher allows that. Schools back then were made like this because students were being taught how to work at factories which explain why a school looks very similar to a factory. A factory worker has to be disciplined and do everything as asked but today we don’t need that. When you walk somewhere, walk in straight assembly lines, have you ever wondered why you do that? We do it because we’re asked to but this concept was introduced years ago to prepare students to be factory workers and somehow schools have not changed since then. Schools need to change. There are so many jobs, so many different technologies. Everything is evolving and the schools need to too. It’s our now but it feels like we’re living in the past.Grades and Scores define intelligenceHave you ever gotten a C and felt like a complete failure, a lot of people have but that does not define your intelligence. To be completely honest, parents are to blame for this as well. You want your child to get A’s and you put so much pressure on them about it. Your child will not be good at everything and you should not be forcing them to be. It’s okay if you don’t get good grades, it’s not the end of the world. Parents and Schools have a misconception that if a student gets good marks they’re smart and if students get bad grades they’re dumb but that’s not how i works. Schools focus on book smart and you will only get good grades if you memorize everything by heart. Intelligence should not be defined by how much you can memorize, it should be defined by one's ability to learn. I don’t get the best of grades in my class. I’d class myself an average student but I am also one of the smartest people I know and that is because I can hold a conversation and I don’t mean small talk, with everyone. I have strong opinions on subjects that most students I know don’t because schools never teach us that.We learn everything by the book and if we learn by the book we get good marks but there is a whole different world outside of that book which will prove your worth. To all parents, teachers and schools who define smartness by grades, stop. Your child might be the smartest person in the room and you will just criticize them for something they may not be good at. By doing so you are telling the child that they are worthless, not good enough. It’s your job to see your child’s gifts and dreams. They are not obligated to live your dreams. You didn’t give birth to your child to fulfill your dreams and your hopes. Everyone has different talents and getting bad grades does not in any way define their worth in the society.Every student’s way of learning is not catered tooThe reason I am writing this blog id is because I stumbled upon a very good video and they explain it better than I do but Prince Ea said, “If a doctor prescribed the exact same medicine to all of his patients, the results would be tragic. So many people would get sick and yet when it comes to school this is exactly what happens. This education malpractice where one teacher stands in front of 20 students each having different strains, different needs, different gifts, different dreams and you teach the same thing the same way.’ If that doesn’t explain it I don’t what will. Some children learn visually, some learn through audio, some learn better with words and some learn better when things are written, so when every child has different needs to learn and if they are only being taught by something which works for the school, how are we supposed to get “good grades”? How are we supposed to succeed and when half of us are left behind.Teachers are blamed if the student doesn’t succeedDo you know what is the world’s most important job? Well there could be many answers to that but teachers are the most underrated people ever. Teachers help build a child’s future. They have enough power to save someone’s life but teachers still don’t have enough power. They don’t decide what to teach. They don’t make the rules. Some teachers don’t even get to decide how they want to teach and if a child does not do well, teachers are blamed because they did not teach them well but that’s not the truth. Teachers work so hard to teach their students things but there is so much that they cannot teach, simply because it’s not what needs to be bought or what the school thinks is appropriate to be taught. I think it’s all the people who make the rules, who design the courses who are at fault here.Your Grades Determine your futureOne of the many faults of society. I have always wondered why colleges like to take people who get good marks. It's like if you're not good at something you’re not good at anything. Shouldn’t we get into colleges based on our talents instead of what we scored in 10th grade? People like to say 10th grade and 12th grade are the worst because you have boards. I mean I know that and it’s scary. I don’t want my mistakes to completely ruin my future. You already have so much stress on the exam day and knowing that this will determine your whole future does not help. Grades should not define someone’s future because not everyone is good at studies. Ask Einstein, he hated school. Coming back to the point I already made, we have different hopes, different dreams and different gifts so why can’t we all get the same chance to prove ourselves. Why does standardized testing have to determine what college I end up in or how smart or dumb I am. Tomorrow if I were to apply for a job, they’re not going to ask me how much I got in some Math test when I was in 9th grade, heck they aren’t even going to ask me what I got on my boards. They look at our skills, our abilities, so why can’t school. They don’t teach us any creativity, the least they can do is appreciate it. Let me put it in the simplest words I can, a person can come top of their class, go to the best college and still know nothing about the world because all they did was memorize things, exactly what school asked them to do.Competition instead of CollaborationIf you’re anything like me I don’t need to tell you there is a problem, you know this is a problem. Schools are meant to be about collaboration because out in the real world that’s how things work but in school it’s all about competition. Get better grades. Who can get the most a’s? Who can accomplish the most at the youngest age? Who can get the highest mark on the test? Stop! Life is not a competition and schools shouldn’t treat it as one. We’re all unique in our own ways. We’ve all heard the story where one stick breaks but 10 don’t so why do we still compete. Why can’t we all be good? The world is big enough for everyone to make a place for themselves. Schools should focus on how to create a bond between the students not separate them or stereotype them on the basis of their grades. When we have jobs, we have to work together. The job of a school should be to teach collaboration instead of competition. Why can’t there be a classroom where everyone is smart because they are.Students are not taught about real world problemsI did not learn any social problems at school. You see when we go out in the real world there are many problems and we as students have never learnt about them. I haven’t ever had a discussion on sexism, racism, lgbtqia, or even mental health issues. The sad thing is I had to tolerate these things from Netflix or Youtube and other movies. I have never had a real discussion about world problems at school. Depression and suicide are problems that need to be discussed about especially because teenagers from the age 15 to 24 years old. Shouldn’t schools educate students about these things? Shouldn’t this be taught as school? When do we talk about drugs or other harmful substances? One session a year maybe and that’s all. As a school, it is your responsibility to educate the students about everything. It’s your job to make them ready for tomorrow.You see, I am not mad, I am disappointed, nope that’s wrong, who am I kidding, I am furious. Maybe you won’t understand me because of the generation gap, maybe you will. Maybe you were okay with it but I am not. This is present and this will determine my future. I am studying in a broken system and this will ultimately impact my future and every other kids who is going to school today. Another great quote by Prince Ea, ‘While students may be 20% our population, they are 100% our future.’ They say change is a good thing, then why haven’t schools changed. Most people may love homework but according to the research held by Stanford University, homework causes a lot of stress. 56% of students said that their stress is due to homework. 43% viewed test as the reason and 33% put pressure of getting good grades as one of the reasons. Do you really want your students or your child to feel that much stress, most of it because of you. Stop having any expectation from your kids. They have their own dreams, their own passions it’s okay if they don’t get the best grades. Stop scolding them for things they may not even be able to control. It is that hard for people to appreciate the positives rather than look at the negatives. Every student has a gift, embrace your child’s. Don’t put expectations on them. They may be very different from yours. It’s not your life, it’s their, let them live it. Nobody said it like it is so I did. I love education, I do, I just hate the system. So if you’re reading this share it so people know how difficult it is for a child to cope up at school. We don’t to grow up and forgot everything we learned at school.To understand more about this topic click here.This is the video I referenced by Prince EA.To know more about how school affects your child click here.Must Check: Confessions of a writing freak
Hold up! If you’re someone who’s like me as a student, you’d like this but if you are not from my generation you won’t know what I am talking about. You may have clicked this post in anger of a stupid kid who doesn’t know what she’s talking about. Don’t get me wrong here, I like school. I think every kid likes school, we just don’t like the worries and homework that it comes with but that’s not the problem is it. The reason most people will not understand this is because you’re not in school, but us teenagers are and it is oddly different from up close. The problem is not with the education, well maybe it is but the whole education system as a whole is broken and if you’re a student you know it too.Do you know a country which succeeds in education, a country which is doing better than any country in the world? If you guessed Finland you are right. If you’re a student Finland schools are a dream come true. No homework. No standardized tests. Lesser school hours. For all the parents, yes these are beneficial things, it is a proven fact, check the education statistics of Finland. Finland is a great example of why our country's education system is broken. Here's why our education system is broken.Also Check: Social issues in the worldKids are scared of SchoolWell that’s not entirely school but we have all woken up in the morning crying about going to school, ever wondered why? We have all at some point come back home and told our parents, I hate school, school sucks. We’re not joking. We’re scared that if we don’t understand something, we will get an f in our test and fail. We’ve all been there, pretending to look away when the teacher asks a question that you don’t know the answer to. I don’t think a student should feel like they shouldn’t try at all just because they might end up being wrong. You’re scared that on the next test, you’ll get a B or a C and when you bring that home to your parents they won’t be happy with it. We’re scared that getting a low mark in math and science will affect our whole future. Students aren’t scared of learning, they’re scared that their learning may never be good enough. Everyday that I wake up, I am not looking forward to going to school, I do because I have to. There is no excitement. Like most things in life, we do things because we have to but we spend 15 years of our lives in school and that’s a very long time. Shouldn’t we at least get something to look forward to too.Kids Do NOT learn creativity at schoolEverything we learn in schools is by the book and we forget the creative aspect of things. We learn math for so many years and yet when we get out of school we don’t know how to earn money or pay taxes or buy a house. We’re taught the math behind everything but we’re not actually taught that thing. Today, if I were to go out in the real world and earn money I wouldn’t even know where to begin. You see schools are so focused on the tests and creativity just can’t be tested, so we simply don’t learn it at all. I’ll put it simply, Drew Barrymore, Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Richard Branson, are just a few out of thousand of people who dropped out of school but they’re still famous. They have still accomplished things that most people who have gone through years and years of education have not been able to. They left school and found their creativity and today we look up to these people everyday, most of these people who we are being taught about in our history lessons. We look to learn from people who have been dropouts themselves.All subject are not given an equal chanceLet me be straight up with you. I am not good at math or science but I have sat through the classes everyday just to come out and learn something I may never use in my life. I want to be an actor. I wanna act but we all know schools don’t give all subjects the same chance. I have math every day of the week. I have science every day of the week, but I only have performing art, 3 days in 6 days. Just like me there are millions of students who don’t like all subjects, but the subjects that they like aren’t given enough time at school. We give math and science so much time and they might be someone’s future and dream, but not everyone’s. Why can’t all dreams be given an equal chance? Why can’t all gifts be given an equal chance. Some kids are good at music, some at writing, some at arts but we all know that for decades now, all the school’s really focus is on Math and Science. Not all of us understand and not all of us will and that’s okay but we should at least get a fair shot at learning what we are compassionate about. Not everyone wants to be a doctor or an astronaut and not everybody can be. There are actors, lawyers, dancers, musicians and so many other professions which are important. A student never learns that at school because all schools only focus on Math and Science. I have given many entrance examinations in my life and guess what? Math, Science and English are a must. So if I’m not good at those subjects, I am not well equipped to have a good education? I may not be good at all subjects but I haven’t even gotten a chance to prove all the subjects I am good at.Our Education System has not changed from the last 150 yearsOur world is constantly evolving. There is new technology created so often but ours schools have somehow remained the same. Have you ever wondered why you sit in straight rows? Or why all you do at school is listen to the teachers instructions, ‘Raise your hand and speak’ and short bathroom breaks and that too if only your teacher allows that. Schools back then were made like this because students were being taught how to work at factories which explain why a school looks very similar to a factory. A factory worker has to be disciplined and do everything as asked but today we don’t need that. When you walk somewhere, walk in straight assembly lines, have you ever wondered why you do that? We do it because we’re asked to but this concept was introduced years ago to prepare students to be factory workers and somehow schools have not changed since then. Schools need to change. There are so many jobs, so many different technologies. Everything is evolving and the schools need to too. It’s our now but it feels like we’re living in the past.Grades and Scores define intelligenceHave you ever gotten a C and felt like a complete failure, a lot of people have but that does not define your intelligence. To be completely honest, parents are to blame for this as well. You want your child to get A’s and you put so much pressure on them about it. Your child will not be good at everything and you should not be forcing them to be. It’s okay if you don’t get good grades, it’s not the end of the world. Parents and Schools have a misconception that if a student gets good marks they’re smart and if students get bad grades they’re dumb but that’s not how i works. Schools focus on book smart and you will only get good grades if you memorize everything by heart. Intelligence should not be defined by how much you can memorize, it should be defined by one's ability to learn. I don’t get the best of grades in my class. I’d class myself an average student but I am also one of the smartest people I know and that is because I can hold a conversation and I don’t mean small talk, with everyone. I have strong opinions on subjects that most students I know don’t because schools never teach us that.We learn everything by the book and if we learn by the book we get good marks but there is a whole different world outside of that book which will prove your worth. To all parents, teachers and schools who define smartness by grades, stop. Your child might be the smartest person in the room and you will just criticize them for something they may not be good at. By doing so you are telling the child that they are worthless, not good enough. It’s your job to see your child’s gifts and dreams. They are not obligated to live your dreams. You didn’t give birth to your child to fulfill your dreams and your hopes. Everyone has different talents and getting bad grades does not in any way define their worth in the society.Every student’s way of learning is not catered tooThe reason I am writing this blog id is because I stumbled upon a very good video and they explain it better than I do but Prince Ea said, “If a doctor prescribed the exact same medicine to all of his patients, the results would be tragic. So many people would get sick and yet when it comes to school this is exactly what happens. This education malpractice where one teacher stands in front of 20 students each having different strains, different needs, different gifts, different dreams and you teach the same thing the same way.’ If that doesn’t explain it I don’t what will. Some children learn visually, some learn through audio, some learn better with words and some learn better when things are written, so when every child has different needs to learn and if they are only being taught by something which works for the school, how are we supposed to get “good grades”? How are we supposed to succeed and when half of us are left behind.Teachers are blamed if the student doesn’t succeedDo you know what is the world’s most important job? Well there could be many answers to that but teachers are the most underrated people ever. Teachers help build a child’s future. They have enough power to save someone’s life but teachers still don’t have enough power. They don’t decide what to teach. They don’t make the rules. Some teachers don’t even get to decide how they want to teach and if a child does not do well, teachers are blamed because they did not teach them well but that’s not the truth. Teachers work so hard to teach their students things but there is so much that they cannot teach, simply because it’s not what needs to be bought or what the school thinks is appropriate to be taught. I think it’s all the people who make the rules, who design the courses who are at fault here.Your Grades Determine your futureOne of the many faults of society. I have always wondered why colleges like to take people who get good marks. It's like if you're not good at something you’re not good at anything. Shouldn’t we get into colleges based on our talents instead of what we scored in 10th grade? People like to say 10th grade and 12th grade are the worst because you have boards. I mean I know that and it’s scary. I don’t want my mistakes to completely ruin my future. You already have so much stress on the exam day and knowing that this will determine your whole future does not help. Grades should not define someone’s future because not everyone is good at studies. Ask Einstein, he hated school. Coming back to the point I already made, we have different hopes, different dreams and different gifts so why can’t we all get the same chance to prove ourselves. Why does standardized testing have to determine what college I end up in or how smart or dumb I am. Tomorrow if I were to apply for a job, they’re not going to ask me how much I got in some Math test when I was in 9th grade, heck they aren’t even going to ask me what I got on my boards. They look at our skills, our abilities, so why can’t school. They don’t teach us any creativity, the least they can do is appreciate it. Let me put it in the simplest words I can, a person can come top of their class, go to the best college and still know nothing about the world because all they did was memorize things, exactly what school asked them to do.Competition instead of CollaborationIf you’re anything like me I don’t need to tell you there is a problem, you know this is a problem. Schools are meant to be about collaboration because out in the real world that’s how things work but in school it’s all about competition. Get better grades. Who can get the most a’s? Who can accomplish the most at the youngest age? Who can get the highest mark on the test? Stop! Life is not a competition and schools shouldn’t treat it as one. We’re all unique in our own ways. We’ve all heard the story where one stick breaks but 10 don’t so why do we still compete. Why can’t we all be good? The world is big enough for everyone to make a place for themselves. Schools should focus on how to create a bond between the students not separate them or stereotype them on the basis of their grades. When we have jobs, we have to work together. The job of a school should be to teach collaboration instead of competition. Why can’t there be a classroom where everyone is smart because they are.Students are not taught about real world problemsI did not learn any social problems at school. You see when we go out in the real world there are many problems and we as students have never learnt about them. I haven’t ever had a discussion on sexism, racism, lgbtqia, or even mental health issues. The sad thing is I had to tolerate these things from Netflix or Youtube and other movies. I have never had a real discussion about world problems at school. Depression and suicide are problems that need to be discussed about especially because teenagers from the age 15 to 24 years old. Shouldn’t schools educate students about these things? Shouldn’t this be taught as school? When do we talk about drugs or other harmful substances? One session a year maybe and that’s all. As a school, it is your responsibility to educate the students about everything. It’s your job to make them ready for tomorrow.You see, I am not mad, I am disappointed, nope that’s wrong, who am I kidding, I am furious. Maybe you won’t understand me because of the generation gap, maybe you will. Maybe you were okay with it but I am not. This is present and this will determine my future. I am studying in a broken system and this will ultimately impact my future and every other kids who is going to school today. Another great quote by Prince Ea, ‘While students may be 20% our population, they are 100% our future.’ They say change is a good thing, then why haven’t schools changed. Most people may love homework but according to the research held by Stanford University, homework causes a lot of stress. 56% of students said that their stress is due to homework. 43% viewed test as the reason and 33% put pressure of getting good grades as one of the reasons. Do you really want your students or your child to feel that much stress, most of it because of you. Stop having any expectation from your kids. They have their own dreams, their own passions it’s okay if they don’t get the best grades. Stop scolding them for things they may not even be able to control. It is that hard for people to appreciate the positives rather than look at the negatives. Every student has a gift, embrace your child’s. Don’t put expectations on them. They may be very different from yours. It’s not your life, it’s their, let them live it. Nobody said it like it is so I did. I love education, I do, I just hate the system. So if you’re reading this share it so people know how difficult it is for a child to cope up at school. We don’t to grow up and forgot everything we learned at school.To understand more about this topic click here.This is the video I referenced by Prince EA.To know more about how school affects your child click here.Must Check: Confessions of a writing freak

Hold up! If you’re someone who’s like me as a student, you’d like this but if you are not from my generation you won’t know what I am talking about. You may have clicked this post in anger of a stupid kid who doesn’t know what she’s talking about. Don’t get me wrong here, I like school. I think every kid likes school, we just don’t like the worries and homework that it comes with but that’s not the problem is it. The reason most people will not understand this is because you’re not in school, but us teenagers are and it is oddly different from up close. The problem is not with the education, well maybe it is but the whole education system as a whole is broken and if you’re a student you know it too.

Do you know a country which succeeds in education, a country which is doing better than any country in the world? If you guessed Finland you are right. If you’re a student Finland schools are a dream come true. No homework. No standardized tests. Lesser school hours. For all the parents, yes these are beneficial things, it is a proven fact, check the education statistics of Finland. Finland is a great example of why our country's education system is broken. Here's why our education system is broken.

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Kids are scared of School

Well that’s not entirely school but we have all woken up in the morning crying about going to school, ever wondered why? We have all at some point come back home and told our parents, I hate school, school sucks. We’re not joking. We’re scared that if we don’t understand something, we will get an f in our test and fail. We’ve all been there, pretending to look away when the teacher asks a question that you don’t know the answer to. I don’t think a student should feel like they shouldn’t try at all just because they might end up being wrong. You’re scared that on the next test, you’ll get a B or a C and when you bring that home to your parents they won’t be happy with it. We’re scared that getting a low mark in math and science will affect our whole future. Students aren’t scared of learning, they’re scared that their learning may never be good enough. Everyday that I wake up, I am not looking forward to going to school, I do because I have to. There is no excitement. Like most things in life, we do things because we have to but we spend 15 years of our lives in school and that’s a very long time. Shouldn’t we at least get something to look forward to too.

Kids Do NOT learn creativity at school

Everything we learn in schools is by the book and we forget the creative aspect of things. We learn math for so many years and yet when we get out of school we don’t know how to earn money or pay taxes or buy a house. We’re taught the math behind everything but we’re not actually taught that thing. Today, if I were to go out in the real world and earn money I wouldn’t even know where to begin. You see schools are so focused on the tests and creativity just can’t be tested, so we simply don’t learn it at all. I’ll put it simply, Drew Barrymore, Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Richard Branson, are just a few out of thousand of people who dropped out of school but they’re still famous. They have still accomplished things that most people who have gone through years and years of education have not been able to. They left school and found their creativity and today we look up to these people everyday, most of these people who we are being taught about in our history lessons. We look to learn from people who have been dropouts themselves.

All subject are not given an equal chance

Let me be straight up with you. I am not good at math or science but I have sat through the classes everyday just to come out and learn something I may never use in my life. I want to be an actor. I wanna act but we all know schools don’t give all subjects the same chance. I have math every day of the week. I have science every day of the week, but I only have performing art, 3 days in 6 days. Just like me there are millions of students who don’t like all subjects, but the subjects that they like aren’t given enough time at school. We give math and science so much time and they might be someone’s future and dream, but not everyone’s. Why can’t all dreams be given an equal chance? Why can’t all gifts be given an equal chance. Some kids are good at music, some at writing, some at arts but we all know that for decades now, all the school’s really focus is on Math and Science. Not all of us understand and not all of us will and that’s okay but we should at least get a fair shot at learning what we are compassionate about. Not everyone wants to be a doctor or an astronaut and not everybody can be. There are actors, lawyers, dancers, musicians and so many other professions which are important. A student never learns that at school because all schools only focus on Math and Science. I have given many entrance examinations in my life and guess what? Math, Science and English are a must. So if I’m not good at those subjects, I am not well equipped to have a good education? I may not be good at all subjects but I haven’t even gotten a chance to prove all the subjects I am good at.

Our Education System has not changed from the last 150 years

Our world is constantly evolving. There is new technology created so often but ours schools have somehow remained the same. Have you ever wondered why you sit in straight rows? Or why all you do at school is listen to the teachers instructions, ‘Raise your hand and speak’ and short bathroom breaks and that too if only your teacher allows that. Schools back then were made like this because students were being taught how to work at factories which explain why a school looks very similar to a factory. A factory worker has to be disciplined and do everything as asked but today we don’t need that. When you walk somewhere, walk in straight assembly lines, have you ever wondered why you do that? We do it because we’re asked to but this concept was introduced years ago to prepare students to be factory workers and somehow schools have not changed since then. Schools need to change. There are so many jobs, so many different technologies. Everything is evolving and the schools need to too. It’s our now but it feels like we’re living in the past.

Grades and Scores define intelligence

Have you ever gotten a C and felt like a complete failure, a lot of people have but that does not define your intelligence. To be completely honest, parents are to blame for this as well. You want your child to get A’s and you put so much pressure on them about it. Your child will not be good at everything and you should not be forcing them to be. It’s okay if you don’t get good grades, it’s not the end of the world. Parents and Schools have a misconception that if a student gets good marks they’re smart and if students get bad grades they’re dumb but that’s not how i works. Schools focus on book smart and you will only get good grades if you memorize everything by heart. Intelligence should not be defined by how much you can memorize, it should be defined by one's ability to learn. I don’t get the best of grades in my class. I’d class myself an average student but I am also one of the smartest people I know and that is because I can hold a conversation and I don’t mean small talk, with everyone. I have strong opinions on subjects that most students I know don’t because schools never teach us that.We learn everything by the book and if we learn by the book we get good marks but there is a whole different world outside of that book which will prove your worth. To all parents, teachers and schools who define smartness by grades, stop. Your child might be the smartest person in the room and you will just criticize them for something they may not be good at. By doing so you are telling the child that they are worthless, not good enough. It’s your job to see your child’s gifts and dreams. They are not obligated to live your dreams. You didn’t give birth to your child to fulfill your dreams and your hopes. Everyone has different talents and getting bad grades does not in any way define their worth in the society.

Every student’s way of learning is not catered too

The reason I am writing this blog id is because I stumbled upon a very good video and they explain it better than I do but Prince Ea said, “If a doctor prescribed the exact same medicine to all of his patients, the results would be tragic. So many people would get sick and yet when it comes to school this is exactly what happens. This education malpractice where one teacher stands in front of 20 students each having different strains, different needs, different gifts, different dreams and you teach the same thing the same way.’ If that doesn’t explain it I don’t what will. Some children learn visually, some learn through audio, some learn better with words and some learn better when things are written, so when every child has different needs to learn and if they are only being taught by something which works for the school, how are we supposed to get “good grades”? How are we supposed to succeed and when half of us are left behind.

Teachers are blamed if the student doesn’t succeed

Do you know what is the world’s most important job? Well there could be many answers to that but teachers are the most underrated people ever. Teachers help build a child’s future. They have enough power to save someone’s life but teachers still don’t have enough power. They don’t decide what to teach. They don’t make the rules. Some teachers don’t even get to decide how they want to teach and if a child does not do well, teachers are blamed because they did not teach them well but that’s not the truth. Teachers work so hard to teach their students things but there is so much that they cannot teach, simply because it’s not what needs to be bought or what the school thinks is appropriate to be taught. I think it’s all the people who make the rules, who design the courses who are at fault here.

Your Grades Determine your future

One of the many faults of society. I have always wondered why colleges like to take people who get good marks. It's like if you're not good at something you’re not good at anything. Shouldn’t we get into colleges based on our talents instead of what we scored in 10th grade? People like to say 10th grade and 12th grade are the worst because you have boards. I mean I know that and it’s scary. I don’t want my mistakes to completely ruin my future. You already have so much stress on the exam day and knowing that this will determine your whole future does not help. Grades should not define someone’s future because not everyone is good at studies. Ask Einstein, he hated school. Coming back to the point I already made, we have different hopes, different dreams and different gifts so why can’t we all get the same chance to prove ourselves. Why does standardized testing have to determine what college I end up in or how smart or dumb I am. Tomorrow if I were to apply for a job, they’re not going to ask me how much I got in some Math test when I was in 9th grade, heck they aren’t even going to ask me what I got on my boards. They look at our skills, our abilities, so why can’t school. They don’t teach us any creativity, the least they can do is appreciate it. Let me put it in the simplest words I can, a person can come top of their class, go to the best college and still know nothing about the world because all they did was memorize things, exactly what school asked them to do.

Competition instead of Collaboration

If you’re anything like me I don’t need to tell you there is a problem, you know this is a problem. Schools are meant to be about collaboration because out in the real world that’s how things work but in school it’s all about competition. Get better grades. Who can get the most a’s? Who can accomplish the most at the youngest age? Who can get the highest mark on the test? Stop! Life is not a competition and schools shouldn’t treat it as one. We’re all unique in our own ways. We’ve all heard the story where one stick breaks but 10 don’t so why do we still compete. Why can’t we all be good? The world is big enough for everyone to make a place for themselves. Schools should focus on how to create a bond between the students not separate them or stereotype them on the basis of their grades. When we have jobs, we have to work together. The job of a school should be to teach collaboration instead of competition. Why can’t there be a classroom where everyone is smart because they are.

Students are not taught about real world problems

I did not learn any social problems at school. You see when we go out in the real world there are many problems and we as students have never learnt about them. I haven’t ever had a discussion on sexism, racism, lgbtqia, or even mental health issues. The sad thing is I had to tolerate these things from Netflix or Youtube and other movies. I have never had a real discussion about world problems at school. Depression and suicide are problems that need to be discussed about especially because teenagers from the age 15 to 24 years old. Shouldn’t schools educate students about these things? Shouldn’t this be taught as school? When do we talk about drugs or other harmful substances? One session a year maybe and that’s all. As a school, it is your responsibility to educate the students about everything. It’s your job to make them ready for tomorrow.

You see, I am not mad, I am disappointed, nope that’s wrong, who am I kidding, I am furious. Maybe you won’t understand me because of the generation gap, maybe you will. Maybe you were okay with it but I am not. This is present and this will determine my future. I am studying in a broken system and this will ultimately impact my future and every other kids who is going to school today. Another great quote by Prince Ea, ‘While students may be 20% our population, they are 100% our future.’ They say change is a good thing, then why haven’t schools changed. Most people may love homework but according to the research held by Stanford University, homework causes a lot of stress. 56% of students said that their stress is due to homework. 43% viewed test as the reason and 33% put pressure of getting good grades as one of the reasons. Do you really want your students or your child to feel that much stress, most of it because of you. Stop having any expectation from your kids. They have their own dreams, their own passions it’s okay if they don’t get the best grades. Stop scolding them for things they may not even be able to control. It is that hard for people to appreciate the positives rather than look at the negatives. Every student has a gift, embrace your child’s. Don’t put expectations on them. They may be very different from yours. It’s not your life, it’s their, let them live it. Nobody said it like it is so I did. I love education, I do, I just hate the system. So if you’re reading this share it so people know how difficult it is for a child to cope up at school. We don’t to grow up and forgot everything we learned at school.

To understand more about this topic click here.

This is the video I referenced by Prince EA.

To know more about how school affects your child click here.

Must Check: Confessions of a writing freak

eLearning is the future of education. The coronavirus pandemic has proven this without a doubt. Educational institutions and students have been able to experience the advantages that online education can offer, taking learning out of the confines of the four walls of the classroom.One of the biggest advantages of digital learning over traditional classroom teaching is flexibility. Students can choose to access learning from anywhere and on any device available to them. They can even continue learning in the absence of internet connectivity, with an offline eReader.Another huge advantage is that learning can be personalized to the needs, strengths and preferences of each student. Personalized learning paths, instant feedback and support have proven to enhance learning outcomes and inculcate self-directed learning.With eLearning, students can collaborate on assignments and projects, participate in meaningful group discussions and even demonstrate their knowledge and skills through video assessments.elearning platforms like MagicBox help you have a great experience of an e-learning platform. You may want to check it out to know why elearning platforms are replacing live classrooms slowly.
eLearning is the future of education. The coronavirus pandemic has proven this without a doubt. Educational institutions and students have been able to experience the advantages that online education can offer, taking learning out of the confines of the four walls of the classroom.One of the biggest advantages of digital learning over traditional classroom teaching is flexibility. Students can choose to access learning from anywhere and on any device available to them. They can even continue learning in the absence of internet connectivity, with an offline eReader.Another huge advantage is that learning can be personalized to the needs, strengths and preferences of each student. Personalized learning paths, instant feedback and support have proven to enhance learning outcomes and inculcate self-directed learning.With eLearning, students can collaborate on assignments and projects, participate in meaningful group discussions and even demonstrate their knowledge and skills through video assessments.elearning platforms like MagicBox help you have a great experience of an e-learning platform. You may want to check it out to know why elearning platforms are replacing live classrooms slowly.

eLearning is the future of education. The coronavirus pandemic has proven this without a doubt. Educational institutions and students have been able to experience the advantages that online education can offer, taking learning out of the confines of the four walls of the classroom.

One of the biggest advantages of digital learning over traditional classroom teaching is flexibility. Students can choose to access learning from anywhere and on any device available to them. They can even continue learning in the absence of internet connectivity, with an offline eReader.

Another huge advantage is that learning can be personalized to the needs, strengths and preferences of each student. Personalized learning paths, instant feedback and support have proven to enhance learning outcomes and inculcate self-directed learning.

With eLearning, students can collaborate on assignments and projects, participate in meaningful group discussions and even demonstrate their knowledge and skills through video assessments.

elearning platforms like MagicBox help you have a great experience of an e-learning platform. You may want to check it out to know why elearning platforms are replacing live classrooms slowly.

Mobile apps are ruling in every sector today and have completely revolutionized every industry. Mobile apps are playing a crucial role in the educational area, as well. Educational apps are now providing better learning opportunities for people of all ages, irrespective of their average income span. Smartphones and tablets provide us with superior access to infinite information, so the educational system can also benefit from this remarkable idea of gaining subject expertise through smart apps.   I have tried to cover several ways in which mobile apps can revolutionize the education system:   No Age-Barriers in the Learning Process:- The days are gone where education was only limited to a specific age group, or we can say that it was believed that a kid starts his/her school at the age of 4 and graduates by 22. Now, with the evolution of technology and expansion in mobile apps. People at any age can learn and gain knowledge in the comfort of their homes. Various mobile apps provide you with all the materials required to get educated in a smooth and seamless way.  Great Assistance for Disabled Students:- If earning apps can enhance the capabilities of normal-brained people or students, it can surely prove to be a helping hand for kids with slow learning abilities or some mental disabilities. In the traditional educational system, some students lag behind others as they are not mentally capable of grasping knowledge as fast as other students. Many companies and mobile app developers are working towards developing apps explicitly for kids who are slow or unresponsive to the conventional learning process.  Educational Mobile Apps can Eradicate Poverty to an Extent:- As mobile phones and the internet are accessible and affordable to almost every part of the world, a large number of students have started to take advantage of it. Underprivileged students who have minimal resources have even begun utilizing mobile apps for gaining knowledge. The revolution of digital learning enables agile ways of learning, which upgrade the living standard of many underprivileged students.  Eco-Friendly Solution:- The use of paper, pencil, or disposable plastic can harm our planet in unimaginable ways. Hence, it becomes vital to watch out the fact and find out an eco-friendly solution to lessen the use of stationery items as much as we can. Mobile learning apps do not involve any use of paper, pencil, or other disposable plastic material and turn out to be a sustainable solution as compared to the usage of stationery products. You can easily download books from the internet, which saves a lot of trees. Moreover, students and especially kids enjoy learning through practical illustrations.  Implementation of Smart Class and Smart Technologies:- The latest technologies, such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, AI, and IoT, is being adopted by schools on a large scale. Teachers in schools and colleges are trained in the implementation of these technologies. The combination of VR and AR can help students to touch and experience things practically. For instance, through these educational technologies, medical students can have an immersive learning experience in human anatomy.In intelligent courses, the students can stream video on a big screen, illustrators in 3D holograms, along with the ability to submit their projects directly through mobile apps. The mobile apps even let teachers give the assignment and assess the student’s work without being physically present at the class.  Effortless Synchronization among Parents, Teachers, and Students:- The enormous development in Mobile apps has led a collaboration among parents, teachers, and students. Parents must be aware of their ward’s educational progress in their schools or institutions. Hence these apps enable them to track down their ward’s performance and directly connect with the educators. Some of the excellent mobile apps like TeacherKit, Evernote, and Dropbox enable parents and teachers to monitor students’ performance, attendance, grade status, assessment, and much more.  Off-Premise Learning:- The latest trend in technology, “The Flipped Classroom,” is a very innovative way to benefit the students about the on-going activities in their school premises. This trend has given the new shape and structure to the education sector where the student never misses lectures, content videos, and any kind of significant activities going on in the classroom.   Let’s have a glimpse of some of the leading Educational Mobile App Development Firms in the market that are taking education to the next level:   Hidden Brains InfoTech  RipenApps  Swenson He  Promatics Technologies  Quy Technology  Konstant Infosolutions  NMG  Alphonic Network Solutions Pvt. Ltd.  New Line Technologies  Mobulous   The digital innovations in mobile apps have revolutionized the education industry to the extent that it proves that education is everybody’s right; irrespective of their race, caste, or gender. With the new advancement happening every other day, it would be surprising to see which new doors would be opened for us in this industry.
Mobile apps are ruling in every sector today and have completely revolutionized every industry. Mobile apps are playing a crucial role in the educational area, as well. Educational apps are now providing better learning opportunities for people of all ages, irrespective of their average income span. Smartphones and tablets provide us with superior access to infinite information, so the educational system can also benefit from this remarkable idea of gaining subject expertise through smart apps.   I have tried to cover several ways in which mobile apps can revolutionize the education system:   No Age-Barriers in the Learning Process:- The days are gone where education was only limited to a specific age group, or we can say that it was believed that a kid starts his/her school at the age of 4 and graduates by 22. Now, with the evolution of technology and expansion in mobile apps. People at any age can learn and gain knowledge in the comfort of their homes. Various mobile apps provide you with all the materials required to get educated in a smooth and seamless way.  Great Assistance for Disabled Students:- If earning apps can enhance the capabilities of normal-brained people or students, it can surely prove to be a helping hand for kids with slow learning abilities or some mental disabilities. In the traditional educational system, some students lag behind others as they are not mentally capable of grasping knowledge as fast as other students. Many companies and mobile app developers are working towards developing apps explicitly for kids who are slow or unresponsive to the conventional learning process.  Educational Mobile Apps can Eradicate Poverty to an Extent:- As mobile phones and the internet are accessible and affordable to almost every part of the world, a large number of students have started to take advantage of it. Underprivileged students who have minimal resources have even begun utilizing mobile apps for gaining knowledge. The revolution of digital learning enables agile ways of learning, which upgrade the living standard of many underprivileged students.  Eco-Friendly Solution:- The use of paper, pencil, or disposable plastic can harm our planet in unimaginable ways. Hence, it becomes vital to watch out the fact and find out an eco-friendly solution to lessen the use of stationery items as much as we can. Mobile learning apps do not involve any use of paper, pencil, or other disposable plastic material and turn out to be a sustainable solution as compared to the usage of stationery products. You can easily download books from the internet, which saves a lot of trees. Moreover, students and especially kids enjoy learning through practical illustrations.  Implementation of Smart Class and Smart Technologies:- The latest technologies, such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, AI, and IoT, is being adopted by schools on a large scale. Teachers in schools and colleges are trained in the implementation of these technologies. The combination of VR and AR can help students to touch and experience things practically. For instance, through these educational technologies, medical students can have an immersive learning experience in human anatomy.In intelligent courses, the students can stream video on a big screen, illustrators in 3D holograms, along with the ability to submit their projects directly through mobile apps. The mobile apps even let teachers give the assignment and assess the student’s work without being physically present at the class.  Effortless Synchronization among Parents, Teachers, and Students:- The enormous development in Mobile apps has led a collaboration among parents, teachers, and students. Parents must be aware of their ward’s educational progress in their schools or institutions. Hence these apps enable them to track down their ward’s performance and directly connect with the educators. Some of the excellent mobile apps like TeacherKit, Evernote, and Dropbox enable parents and teachers to monitor students’ performance, attendance, grade status, assessment, and much more.  Off-Premise Learning:- The latest trend in technology, “The Flipped Classroom,” is a very innovative way to benefit the students about the on-going activities in their school premises. This trend has given the new shape and structure to the education sector where the student never misses lectures, content videos, and any kind of significant activities going on in the classroom.   Let’s have a glimpse of some of the leading Educational Mobile App Development Firms in the market that are taking education to the next level:   Hidden Brains InfoTech  RipenApps  Swenson He  Promatics Technologies  Quy Technology  Konstant Infosolutions  NMG  Alphonic Network Solutions Pvt. Ltd.  New Line Technologies  Mobulous   The digital innovations in mobile apps have revolutionized the education industry to the extent that it proves that education is everybody’s right; irrespective of their race, caste, or gender. With the new advancement happening every other day, it would be surprising to see which new doors would be opened for us in this industry.

Mobile apps are ruling in every sector today and have completely revolutionized every industry. Mobile apps are playing a crucial role in the educational area, as well. Educational apps are now providing better learning opportunities for people of all ages, irrespective of their average income span. Smartphones and tablets provide us with superior access to infinite information, so the educational system can also benefit from this remarkable idea of gaining subject expertise through smart apps. 

 I have tried to cover several ways in which mobile apps can revolutionize the education system:  

  1. No Age-Barriers in the Learning Process:- The days are gone where education was only limited to a specific age group, or we can say that it was believed that a kid starts his/her school at the age of 4 and graduates by 22. Now, with the evolution of technology and expansion in mobile apps. People at any age can learn and gain knowledge in the comfort of their homes. Various mobile apps provide you with all the materials required to get educated in a smooth and seamless way. 
  2. Great Assistance for Disabled Students:- If earning apps can enhance the capabilities of normal-brained people or students, it can surely prove to be a helping hand for kids with slow learning abilities or some mental disabilities. In the traditional educational system, some students lag behind others as they are not mentally capable of grasping knowledge as fast as other students. Many companies and mobile app developers are working towards developing apps explicitly for kids who are slow or unresponsive to the conventional learning process. 
  3. Educational Mobile Apps can Eradicate Poverty to an Extent:- As mobile phones and the internet are accessible and affordable to almost every part of the world, a large number of students have started to take advantage of it. Underprivileged students who have minimal resources have even begun utilizing mobile apps for gaining knowledge. The revolution of digital learning enables agile ways of learning, which upgrade the living standard of many underprivileged students. 
  4. Eco-Friendly Solution:- The use of paper, pencil, or disposable plastic can harm our planet in unimaginable ways. Hence, it becomes vital to watch out the fact and find out an eco-friendly solution to lessen the use of stationery items as much as we can. Mobile learning apps do not involve any use of paper, pencil, or other disposable plastic material and turn out to be a sustainable solution as compared to the usage of stationery products. You can easily download books from the internet, which saves a lot of trees. Moreover, students and especially kids enjoy learning through practical illustrations. 
  5. Implementation of Smart Class and Smart Technologies:- The latest technologies, such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, AI, and IoT, is being adopted by schools on a large scale. Teachers in schools and colleges are trained in the implementation of these technologies. The combination of VR and AR can help students to touch and experience things practically. For instance, through these educational technologies, medical students can have an immersive learning experience in human anatomy.In intelligent courses, the students can stream video on a big screen, illustrators in 3D holograms, along with the ability to submit their projects directly through mobile apps. The mobile apps even let teachers give the assignment and assess the student’s work without being physically present at the class. 
  6. Effortless Synchronization among Parents, Teachers, and Students:- The enormous development in Mobile apps has led a collaboration among parents, teachers, and students. Parents must be aware of their ward’s educational progress in their schools or institutions. Hence these apps enable them to track down their ward’s performance and directly connect with the educators. Some of the excellent mobile apps like TeacherKit, Evernote, and Dropbox enable parents and teachers to monitor students’ performance, attendance, grade status, assessment, and much more. 
  7. Off-Premise Learning:- The latest trend in technology, “The Flipped Classroom,” is a very innovative way to benefit the students about the on-going activities in their school premises. This trend has given the new shape and structure to the education sector where the student never misses lectures, content videos, and any kind of significant activities going on in the classroom.  

Let’s have a glimpse of some of the leading Educational Mobile App Development Firms in the market that are taking education to the next level:  

  1. Hidden Brains InfoTech 
  2. RipenApps 
  3. Swenson He 
  4. Promatics Technologies 
  5. Quy Technology 
  6. Konstant Infosolutions 
  7. NMG 
  8. Alphonic Network Solutions Pvt. Ltd. 
  9. New Line Technologies 
  10. Mobulous  

The digital innovations in mobile apps have revolutionized the education industry to the extent that it proves that education is everybody’s right; irrespective of their race, caste, or gender. With the new advancement happening every other day, it would be surprising to see which new doors would be opened for us in this industry.

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