K-12 Infrastructure in Today’s American Classrooms
Over the past years, the concept of traditional education and the chalkboard within classrooms has radically changed – a teacher does no longer teach at the front of a classroom, forcing to catch their students attention whilst sitting in rows and taking notes with pen and paper. Today’s modern educational systems within so called K12 school programs, have overcome radical changes, allowing students to experience a more engaging educational experience together with other students whilst using technological tools helping them along the way. The 6A learning experience has been enhanced with a direct impact in the quality of today’s learning experience, taking advantage of high speed connectivity, such as wifi and other tools, such as for example an innovative product known as the iLearn – a hypothetical project developed for the purpose of children’s education and personal growth, in form of the famous iPad and owned by the youngster itself. Believing Apple could eliminate traditional working methods and take over school systems which are ready to be modernized, iLearn allows a child to focus on both their academical as well as private use without having to switch device. Schools are focusing on making each minute within classrooms valuable and meaningful, in order to reach excellent academical results and experiences.
That also means however, that school and other educational systems have to make sure to a) make use of the device within classrooms, therefore Apple has created a decent price for the product and b) to have the high-speed Category cable and network infrastructure to support the large number of devices used by the students and teachers, as well as audiovisual devices such as projectors, HD flat panel displays, microphones, speaker systems and more. Similar to the chalkboard, digital technology has been and will continue changing within the years – the demand will rise and high capacity solutions will continue to be developed. It might become common to access worldwide learning and lessons via remote learning, as well as interact real time with a school in Pakistan or Norway, considering possibilities will become endless. Proofing American classrooms with K12 curriculum and Apple’s iLearn will become crucial for future educational learning systems.