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Importance of personalized and adaptive learning

One can observe that, there has been a growing importance of personalized and adaptive learning with the advent of various forms of learning including e-learning and m-learning. With m-learning and e-learning, students can modify the learning patterns by adjusting the difficulty levels, in turn, resulting in increased confidence and strengthened concepts.

Internet of Things and wearable devices are gradually revolutionizing modern K-12 schools

For many analysts, Internet of Things and wearable devices are gradually revolutionizing the way education is being imparted in modern K-12 schools. According these analysts, Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to convert conventional schools to smart schools and classrooms with various devices connected to each other, performing functions without human intervention. Students will be connected to RFID scanning objects and iPads or tablets with personalized curricula being delivered to their desks. Technavio Research reveals that, various companies, including Scanmarker, SMART, IPEVO, and IdeaPaint, are entering the education sector with innovative IoT-based products, including digital highlighters, wireless interactive boards, and dry-erase whiteboard paint. These products are allowing teachers to modify regular classrooms and teaching methodologies into smart classrooms and evolving teaching patterns. IoT and wearable devices are expected to create an immersive learning environment f…

Visual technologies, such as augmented reality and virtual reality in K-12 classrooms

It is steadily exciting to observe that, Visual technologies, such as augmented reality and virtual reality, are increasingly becoming popular among the students and educators as the modern K-12 classrooms get revolutionized by new learning methodologies. In infect, Vendors are incorporating AR and VR to enhance the educational experience of students by creating immersive learning environments. According to Technavio Research,educators are increasingly using AR and VR content in alignment with the curriculum and games for teaching subjects, including STEM and others, such as social science, arts, and archaeology. For instance, Aurasma and LEGO Connect are augmented reality-based games used for providing interactive and collaborative learning environments in modern K-12 classrooms.

Immersive teaching methodologies and advanced education technologies

For many analysts, the rising need to engage students in the learning process to retain skills for a longer duration is anticipated to increase the demand for using immersive teaching methodologies and advanced education technologies. This dynamic helps the educators to motivate students for learning curriculum-based content, and concepts by using it as a reward system. According to Technavio Research, Brownie points or badges for winning the games encourage students to strive for better performances as well as deal with failures, which, in turn, could be difficult to achieve in conventional assessments or traditional learning approaches.

GPS technology with the development of a number of software applications

GPS technology is on an exciting curve with the development of a number of software applications offering a number of services in addition to navigation and tracking; examples include target acquisition, missile guidance, search and rescue, coordinate bombing, precision survey, instrument approach, range instrumentation, remotely piloted vehicle operations, bare base operations, close air support, command and control and the location of enemy radar. According to Research and Markets, Global Military GPS-GNSS Devices market is expected to value US$2.1 Billion in 2017 and is expected to increase to US$2.8 Billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 2.73% during the forecast period. The firm also reveals that, the cumulative market for global expenditure on Military GPS-GNSS devices will reach US$25.7 Billion over the forecast period. Asia Pacific is projected to dominate the Military GPS-GNSS Devices market, with a share of 34.8% over the forecast period, followed by North America with a shar…

General availability of Stackdriver Diagnostics integration for ASP.NET Core applications

At the core of stakes, we have, being able to diagnose application logs, errors and latency to understanding failures; libraries to easily integrate Stackdriver Logging, Error Reporting and Trace into your ASP.NET Core applications, with a minimum of effort and code.
The Google.Cloud.Diagnostics.AspNetCore package is available on NuGet. ASP.NET Classic is also supported with the Google.Cloud.Diagnostics.AspNet package. General availability of Stackdriver Diagnostics integration for ASP.NET Core applications.

The ability for Puppet users to manage Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources using the Puppet DSL

At the core of stakes, we have the ability for developers to control resources programmatically with tools they know and love when creating cloud-native applications. That’s why open sourced a set of comprehensive modules to improve the ability for Puppet users to manage Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources using the Puppet domain specific language, or DSL are released. One can observe that, the new modules follow Puppet’s object convergence model, allowing you to define the desired state of your GCP resource.
These new modules are Puppet Approved , and are open-source under the Apache-2.0 license, available from GCP’s Github repository. A unified authentication module that provides a single authentication mechanism for all the modules is also available.

Google App Engine firewall in our ever-connected data-driven world

At the core of stakes, we have the ability todo production testing without exposing your app to the world, block access to your app from specific geographies or block requests from a malicious user.
In effect, with the beta release of Google App Engine firewall, you simply provide a set of rules, order them by priority and specify an IP address, or a set of IP addresses, to block or allow. App Engine firewall replaces the need for a code-based solution within your app that still allows requests in, but which can cost you resources and still expose your app. You can setup App Engine firewall rules in the Google Cloud Console as well as with the App Engine Admin API or gcloud command-line tool.