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It is a thing of the past when teaching and learning were restricted to classroom sessions prominent with white chalk, dusters and blackboards. Now is the era of smart classrooms which make learning fun through the use of digital equipment like the VCD or DVD player or laptops and computers, fitted to a projector.
Smart classes are conducted by a teacher using a viewing screen that is attached to the projector. Students will assimilate the audio-visual information that is projected on the screen and learn about the topic. This mode of learning and teaching presents a mixed bag of advantages and disadvantages.
Anytime Access to The Expansive World of Online Information. The internet is a treasure trove of invaluable information to students. Storing volumes of data that corresponds to any subject under the sun, a smart class can extract the potential of best online resources in teaching and learning.
Teachers can access online information from various educational articles that are published on the net and project the culled information in the form of an interesting presentation. This way, education will not be restricted to referring to printed material.