Back in the day’s education used to be simple with a blackboard, a teacher and desks in a classroom.Today, students can study various languages 

online, upload homework through a portal and learnchemistry through 3D immersion. Such is the rise of educational technologies.

Education institutions are investing more in software solutions than in technology hardware. M-learning,Bring Your Own Device, “gamification” and virtual reality are gaining popularity and enabling teaching tobe student-centered, while lectures are becoming project-and inquiry-based.
The answer is strategic planning, when a company doesn’t have a strategic plan, the managers ofindividual departments need to set the agendas of what their departments need to achieve, oftenpurely in a financial sense. It means that different parts of a company will almost operate independentlyof one another, meaning a disjointed and confusing way to operate.

Government support for education per capita in developed countries is far higher than in developingcountries, which can be explained by both the resourcefulness of developed nations and the high andgrowing populations of developing nations. Technology is becoming one of the most important tools foreducation.

According to Holon IQ education is a USD 6 trillion industry and will grow to USD 8 trillion by 2025.Expenditure on education and training from governments, parents, individuals and corporates continuesto grow to historic levels and is expected to reach USD 10 trillion by 2030.

All the above is about industry trends so how could we deal with these challenges?

With a clear strategic plan showing how the company needs to operate and the directions it needs tohead, those in charge of the individual parts know roughly the direction that other departments areheading, without needing to know the intimate details of how they are doing it.

Schools need a solution to organize all teaching and learning activities, both offline and online. Nowmore than ever, it’s necessary to create and deliver learning content in various formats and makelearning as accessible as possible for all students. A learning management system (LMS) is a greattool to achieve this. However, no matter how comfortable you are in the world of EdTech, choosingone is a challenge. We created this guide to explain what an LMS is, how schools use it, and what themost important benefits of choosing one for your classroom, school, or even district are.

How is an LMS for schools used? An LMS is usedfor managing educational activities, such as:

Creating and delivering educational contentAssessing students and analyzing their resultsTracking student achievement Collaborating onprojects Making learning more interactive andengaging

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