Technology has found its place in the classroom over the past five years.
Even in traditional classroom settings, homework involves the use of online tools. Many schools require children to have iPads or other tablets at as young as elementary school. High schools and universities are even further advanced.
When the spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus started shutting down schools mid-March 2020, teachers were forced to curriculum from semi-digital to fully online in a matter of days. Even weeks later, educators of all grades are still scrambling to get everything together.
Many are resorting to Zoom, a video chat platform that was not intended for educating dozens of children, teens and young adults at a time.
The best solution for grade schools and universities is creating live teaching platforms on their websites with the help of professional video hosting platforms with both live streaming and VOD capabilities. This allows them to live stream classes and upload lessons for students to access on demand.