Miss Anadil Hussain is the teacher of Beaconhouse School Systems. She is a great influential example for us to follow. She is one of those people who emphasized the interference of technology in education, protecting schools data and teach the students with technological skills, indeed, her efforts are remarkable.
When we contacted Miss Anadil Hussain to get the idea on usage of information technology in an education system. She seemed eager to talk on it.
Through this article, Miss Anadil Hussain shared her experience with IT intervention in education systems and how technology is helping the students to stay ahead of the curve. She says about the technology that how it proved to be a judge in a difficult time.
When I went to school it was commonplace for a teacher to place a textbook in front of a set of students and offer the simple yet daunting line, “copy that”. There would be no talking to either the teacher or fellow pupils. For me, lessons seemed to drag so much that I wasn’t engaged in the subject material. I’m proud to say that I became a teacher in spite of the education I received; I believed that I could and would do a better job. This task was made easier through the use of technology in the classroom.
Over the course of the years, I’ve seen technology change and proliferate into the classroom with front-of-classroom displays replacing whiteboards and chalkboards. It’s incredible to think where we were just eight years ago, none of us known we needed a tablet or a Smartphone. It’s exciting to be a small part of that and see how change is happening in real time.
Past five years at work. I used most of the technologies. In my classrooms, I used laptops, computers, mobile devices that enhanced the students to get more knowledge. I used display devices, video displays, speakers and recording devices in the classrooms when I was to show some valuable videos.
After took that workshop. I tried to get change into their classrooms and schools. I was lucky to have one of the first ‘Smart Boards’ in my classroom. The children immediately engaged and eager to explore the possibilities offered. We learned together just what an amazing teaching tool it could be. After took that workshop. I tried to get change into their classrooms and schools.
We used tablets in my class and the students used apps to enhance their lessons.
We connected to guests via Skype for interviews. The students asked questions and received answers from experts who far away or too busy to come to class in person.
Then we asked her which technology do you use?
She answered very confidentially, I use a personal computer or tablet to develop and organize my lesson plans and to calculate final grades.