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The teacher opens a book or writes on the blackboard; the students focus on taking notes; this unidirectional teaching method takes up most of the class. Such is the impression that generally comes to mind when we think of traditional education. But with the popularity of computers, coupled with the development of touch and cloud technologies, the new generation of children and young people already know how to operate all the required electronics. A diverse range of digital teaching software has enriched the curriculum. Educators can use technology to save even more time and modify the traditional teaching model, so as to begin transforming the way instructors and students interact within the classroom.

Likewise, schoolchildren can use the cloud to store and access course materials. With the advent of the electronic schoolbag, there is no more need for the burden of an actual bag full of heavy books. Instructors who shuttle a notebook computer between classroom, office, library and home, already have the keyboard they need to create course content. A projector in the classroom, an EeeBox coupled with an interactive whiteboard, or an all-in-one touchscreen PC, can all be used in conjunction with student tablets for an interactive learning experience. Such solutions provide an even more innovative way of having class in a relaxed and engaging environment. Not only that, but given the portability of notebooks and tablets as well as the popularity of the internet, classes no longer have to be confined to the classroom. The option of going mobile makes class more exciting.

Furthermore, at the same time that families have been acquiring more personal computers, both the number and ratio of notebook purchases have risen significantly. Using the cloud, schools can provide personalized homework assignments to individual students according to their specific academic situation. Virtual remote teaching is also possible, as are online visits at any hour for parents and the rest of the family. Such services are becoming increasingly popular. Interactive learning programs not only make it easier for teachers, they also make the classes more interesting to students.

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