In the world of education, digital learning is replacing traditional educational methods so our teachers base what they do on digital learning tools and technologies. The inclusion of digital learning in our classrooms ranges from students using tablets instead of paper to using elaborate software, communication platforms and digital/ ICT equipment.

This aspect of learning with Ziauddin is important because we know that digital learning empowers our students by getting them to be more interested in learning and expanding their horizons.

Here’s what we know…

Digital Learning Makes Our Students Smarter

Digital learning develops our students self-directed learning skills. They use our digital resources to identify what they need to learn, find and use online resources, apply the information they gather, and undertake a self-assessment of their learning. This makes learning efficient and highly productive, sharpens their critical thinking skills and develops their analytic reasoning.

We also feel that our students develop self-esteem and confidence when mastering new knowledge and skills using digitised learning tools.

Digital Learning Motivates Students

Our students are more engaged in their learning because of the digital resources we use, and they become more interested in growing their knowledge using digital tools and technologies. This is because digital learning is more interactive and becomes more memorable as students can better connect with the material than with textbooks and regular learning material. We are also able to provide better contexts for learning than traditional education methods.

Digital Learning Is Personalised Learning

Digital learning ensures that the educational experience is customisable and suited to each of our student’s personal needs and interests. This means that our students are able to learn at the best pace and following the right path for them.

Developing Skills for Life

In school and college, our focus on digital learning equips our students with the understandings and skills they need for the demands of higher education and the digital literacy skills they need for the world of work.