Conceptual framework on Smart Learning Environment- An Indian perspective

Autores/as

  • Dr. Amrik Singh Lovely Professional University (LPU)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1344/REYD2022.25.36706

Palabras clave:

Smart Learning Environment, Education, India

Resumen

Learning  environments  have  changed  significantly  in  the  past  few  decades  due  to  the inclusion of emerging Information and Communication Technology (ICT), both in hardware and software, as well as various online media in classrooms. Learners  today  utilize  mobile  gadgets  and applications  as  their  primary  sources  of  information,  knowledge,  and  social  discourse.  However, despite  these  advances  in  learning all  technologies  and  the  way  learners  have  adapted  to  their changing  environments,  Technology is often used to supplement, rather than drive, the learning environment. Smart learning involves the emerging notion of smart technology. Incorporating smart learning techniques into class room teaching seems very interesting and constitutes complete knowledge pack. Further it is interesting to see what is being done, what issues are emerging, and what successes possible in the concerned areas that likely to occur in the next few years. In responding, this conceptual paper seeks to identify learning elements and approaches that might lead to stable, coherent and exhaustive understanding of smart learning environments, thereby providing standards development for learning, education.

Biografía del autor/a

Dr. Amrik Singh, Lovely Professional University (LPU)

Profesor asociado universitario. Escuela de Hotelería y Turismo. Universidad Profesional, Punjab, India.

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2022-04-04

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Singh, A. (2022). Conceptual framework on Smart Learning Environment- An Indian perspective. Revista De Educación Y Derecho, (25). https://doi.org/10.1344/REYD2022.25.36706
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