The information and communications technology (ICT) industry has come a long way in recent years and is changing how we live, work, and learn. The use of ICT in education is growing rapidly, with more Australian schools turning to it to improve student outcomes and the overall education experience.1-8
Atturra seeks to provide schools with the highest quality ICT services and systems to enhance the learning experience for students and staff. We are passionate about the role it plays in education, and we’re committed to working with schools to help them embrace the many opportunities it offers.
Personalised and interactive learning: Provides students with personalised and interactive experiences, enabling them to learn at their own pace and remain engaged and motivated. Hopefully leading to a lifelong appreciation of learning.
Improved access to resources: Students can receive a wealth of educational resources, including online courses, videos, and interactive simulations. This can help schools overcome geographical and resource limitations.
Enhanced collaboration and communication: Help schools create a more collaborative and connected learning environment, enabling students to team up on projects and assignments, communicate better with each other and their teachers.
Global connectivity: Allows students and teachers to connect with others from around the world, providing opportunities for international collaboration and cultural exchange.
Increased efficiency: Helps automate manual and repetitive tasks involved in student and staff management, freeing up time for teachers and administrators to focus on more important tasks.
Improved assessment and feedback: Provide teachers with powerful tools for assessment and feedback, including online assessments, grading software, and analytics. This can aid in giving students immediate feedback on their performance and identify areas where they need additional support.
Better data and analytics: Schools can collect, analyse, and act on data to improve student outcomes. Enabling them to identify areas of strength and weakness in programs, adjust teaching methods, and track student progress in real time.
Improved accessibility: Overcome barriers to education for students with disabilities, providing them with the resources and support they need to succeed.
Emerging technologies are both challenging and improving the approach of schools and educators. Some of the key ones are outlined below.
Atturra and our technology partners offer solutions within these emerging technology areas, plus the enablement and adoption of these services within schools. We support clients with the adoption of new technologies like ChatGPT, which uses AI. We offer machine learning and predictive analytics using Microsoft Cognitive services and other leading products. Plus, we have a complete set of contemporary network and hardware capabilities, including software-defined WAN, that can provide a strong foundation for schools to build their learning journey on.
Explore the many opportunities of enhancing your school’s ICT with Atturra. With a commitment to innovation and excellence, Atturra is poised to help schools reach new heights of success.
At Atturra, we understand the unique technology needs of schools and are committed to providing customised and cost-effective services to meet those needs. Our team of experienced professionals has a passion for education and a deep understanding of the landscape. We are ready to work with you to develop a solution that fits your specific requirements.
Whether you are looking to improve student outcomes, enhance the teaching and learning experience, or keep pace with the latest industry advancements, Atturra is here to help.
Get in touch with our K-12 education practice lead Brett Auton for further information, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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6. Top 5 EdTech trends for 2023 | Cambridge