Emma Moore Gives Insights into the Future of Classrooms

By April 10, 2017Blog
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“The future of classrooms will rely on experts for the major components of lessons, instead of throwing large books for the students to consume. They may utilize this material in text or more interactive forms, but it will not be in long form textbooks. They will learn with face-to-face tutorial or holograms for classroom interactions, depending on the subject matters.

The more hands on issues will be teachers, but when it comes to the meat of teaching, the local experts, as well as national or international experts, virtually will assist more so than ever.

The student’s brain patterns will be measured to check for attention span and cognitive strength. Their results will help place them in the correct level for each subject matter to maximize their potential.”

– Emma Moore

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