With the sudden shift to at-home learning, technology and digital tools are no longer just one component of learning, but have become crucial to students’ ongoing development, connecting teachers with their pupils, pupils with each other, and to resources and learning materials. HP in collaboration with Intel is demonstrating its clear understanding of this with the launch of their new classroom learning solution; ‘Classroom of the Future’.
The programme, which will provide integrated solutions for education providers, consisting of HP’s PC hardware powered by Intel and a suite of digital pedagogy enabling software, is part of the company’s drive to enable better learning outcomes for 100 million people globally by 2025. Classroom of the Future will help drive access to quality education, using technology to shape learning environments and enable better digital pedagogy outcomes in the new era of blended learning driven by COVID 19.
HP are innovating blended learning with Classroom of the Future as they look to shape our future leaders by bringing interactive, integrated, flexible solutions to the classroom. For example, HP’s innovative ‘Classroom Manager’ will come as part of the Classroom of the Future and will allow teachers to create a digital learning environment for students, while tracking progress in real time, monitoring student activities and evaluating individual and group performances.
HP also partnered with Classera, a leader in virtual education, to provide learning software which will engage young students through an interactive and digitized learning environment. Classroom of the Future will also feature ‘TechPulse’; a diagnostics tool that is used for predictive analytics for IT support, management, security, and planning. TechPulse is designed to maximize device performance, ensure security compliance, and optimize device allocation so that students and teachers can get the most out of their HP hardware.
For the last few years, blended learning strategies have been recognized for optimizing interaction between classroom stakeholders, promoting effective learning by combining the best features of physical and online education. Today educational institutions are moving towards blended learning as they adopt a hybrid model with online and on-campus elements.
On the launch of Classroom of the Future, HP’s Mayank Dhingra, Senior Education Business Lead Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe, said, “Educators across the globe are under immense pressure to quickly pivot the way they teach, as they transition to online learning models. Not only do they need the right devices, they need expert guidance on all aspects of the move to digital learning – from IT consultancy, to digital learning courses, and more. While blended learning has been discussed for some time, the role technology plays in education has never been more pertinent than it is today.”
With the launch of Classroom of the Future and more broadly, HP is driving access to quality education globally, using technology to shape learning environments and enable better learning outcomes. By making education more accessible and effective, HP is empowering people all over the world to get better jobs, launch small businesses, and create opportunities for their families and communities.
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