Delivering Ditinct Educational Experience, Not Just For Students, But Also For Teachers, Every Actor Within Targeted Education Sector.

By Adelle Geronimo

Educational dependence on technology would witness a greater increase in demand in the coming years, according to the latest report by Frost & Sullivan. The shift is further supported by high-speed bandwidth, educational solutions and the digitalisation of educational materials of all levels.

The study indicated that the epidemic is not likely to disappear in the short term, which suggests the possibility of continuing education in the current year and next academic year in digital form. This means that educational institutions are forced to invest in digitising educational materials, digital libraries, and enhancing self-education skills on both sides of the educational equation represented in Both the student and the teacher.

The Study Showed That The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia Is Looking Towards Providing Education For All, At Every Time And Place, Which Requires Developing And Delivering A Distinct Educational Experience, Not Just For Students, But Also For Teachers, Parents, And Every Actor Within The Targeted Education Sector. The study revealed that nearly half of the world’s students are still affected by the partial or complete closure of schools, which resulted in a decrease in the literacy competence of more than 100 million students around the world.

The study confirmed that education in the Kingdom is at the core of Vision 2030, and the Kingdom has launched many educational initiatives in this regard, such as: The Ministry of Education intends to train 1,000 teachers on digital technologies by 2022, as well as establishing a virtual school for people with special educational needs. Besides implementing smart classrooms, and digital education management systems, textbooks are now being provided via mobile devices, thus providing more updated educational content.

The Saudi Crown Prince, His Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, had stressed in a televised interview recently on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the launch of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision of the importance of enhancing the skills side in the educational process, in a way that stimulates the student to search for scientific information and develop his academic abilities. The study concluded with the necessity of the cooperation of the various actors in the educational system in the Kingdom, such as ministries, technical support providers, telecommunications operators, and educational institutions, to achieve the optimal learning goals that the Kingdom’s vision aspires to by 2030.

This news was originally published at ITP.