There are many trends — the ‘consumerization of video’ and ’flip the classroom’ that prove video is not only here to stay — but video is fast becoming the single most important medium in the world of education.
The consumeration of video - The lines between voice, text and video have blurred. Students want to use the same tools in their school work that they use in their day-to-day FaceBook, YouTube and Twitter-driven lives.
Flip the Classroom - Teachers are now recording live lessons using screen capture software. Students view these lessons online as “homework” so the actual coursework - traditionally considered homework – can be executed and reviewed in the classroom - making the classroom a much more interactive environment and allowing teachers to be more hands-on.
As these trends become more pervasive throughout the K-12, Primary and Secondary school systems, many are turning to VBrick as the cornerstone technology ensuring the best and most reliable video user experience .
To learn more about how – Dickinson ISD in Texas, County Schools in Kentucky, and Morgan County Schools in Georgia — are benefitting from VBrick’s video streaming technology, click here: http://www.vbrick.com/industries/educational-video-streaming.asp