By the time students hit higher education, they are familiar with the using IT to facilitate learning and support personal development. It’s important that on reaching this next stage of their education, the quality and standard of computer-based learning steps up. That’s where Impero comes in.
When students make the transition from secondary school to further education, it’s generally expected that they will continue their learning in a mature working environment. That being said, the typical problems associated with computer-based learning remain as prevalent as ever.
Today’s secondary school students are more tech-savvy than ever before. Armed with the latest gadgetry, chances are they’ve been tweeting, blogging and gaming online for years. The modern classroom should find innovative ways to facilitate learning across a range of curriculum areas.
As technology becomes one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy, it’s critical that students are immersed in the digital world. This means that from the moment their little feet step into the foundation unit, there’s an ICT programme in place to bring learning to life.