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Difference between Digital Education and Current Education System

Technology has become an essential  part of life, it is unreal as a bold umbrella to bridge education among the children  living in remote areas. Technology has benefitted each side of our life from social communication to education. it's reworked education methodology from current to digital education.  We provide school management software with lot of features to make current education system to digital education.

In past education accustomed be provided in GURUKUL, beneath the tree with one GURU, who show his/her shishya (student) all the aspects of life. However currently with the advance in technology and progress in life, this method is replaced by modernized culture i.e. schoolroom based education. These days the method has been improved as a result of advanced science/technology and that we are a unit the witness of versatile gift with everything digital. So that we are providing a software where School, Principal, Teacher and Student can save their time with free school management software (Info4Child).

This school management software provides you everything easy with all types of features. We also provides mobile application for school.  Attendance will be automatically managed by system. 

Current Education System

Digital Education System

Eco Friendly

Everything manged  by a pen and paper to put record for future.

Everything stored on cloud, no need of pen and paper at I4C School Software

School Management

Manual school database management use to be time consuming as well as prone to human errors

Smart school management through software is easy to manage as well as an automated process to maintain school data


Earlier there was no mode of communication,only way to communicate was face to face interaction of teacher and parents

Technology has made communication easiest for people with multiple modes of messaging, calling. This helps in providing instant notification to parents about Child progress.

Learning Material

Earlier times books were the only mode of learning for students, that too were shared between students

Today we have enormous ways to earn knowledge through books, internet, web material and many other medium

Time & Cost

Manual entry of data leads to more time and is prone to more errors ultimately leads to more cost to human manpower.

Automated software requires less time as well as reduces error reducing cost of software

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Bridging the Skill Gap in Educational System and Promoting the Right to Education for All

The word “technology” is always a bang in our complex world. Every day something is launched with a new concept and that means restoration is going at the core too much. Have you ever thought what impact this changes has made to the system and the educational sector? Most importantly, at least some kind of amateur upgrading is making the system complex and so brittle at the center. On the other side technology keeps alive the competitiveness for making everything connected and accessible with single touch.

Traditional education system must change

Today we know more than 50 % of the students end up with a job that has nothing to do with the education system they followed. Ultimately, the fault is no ones and mainly because the kind of jobs today is getting updated with technology, new elements throughout. Anyhow some kind of measures must be taken to minimize this skill gap which can be a great threat to our future economy.

Computer skills has become the basic sign of education

We know how come our employment zone has changed so far and the perspective of the people too. Now, jobs that do not demand computer skills are very less. It has been found that making the students exposed to coding at a very young age can develop their interest towards the domain. Apart from that this can change the apprehensions towards a new concept.

But till now no bigger steps have been taken in a wider perspective and the below points claims that:

  • The schools that still insists computer education as major part of their curriculum is less than 50%
  • So based on the above point we can confirm that still 50 % of the schools does not teach their students computer science.
  • The jobs in the domain is growing day by day, but unfortunately the percentage of the educated ones on the domain is still very less.
  • Another thing is even the qualified grads find it difficult to manage their computer tasks good enough because of the lack of basic training or skill gap.
  • So now even with lots of employment opportunities in the sector the difficulty of finding the skilled candidates is very difficult.

In short a good curriculum for the school education can be considered as the best solution for better candidates. Again over stressing too much in developing computer skills must not be the real intention. But a good mixture of educational value can bring better effect for the future.

How to manage the challenges of skill gap?

Let us accept that we are under the pressure of ever-changing technology and navigating along with the change obviously demand a perfect skills set. Let us learn the limitations in that:

  • One of the greatest challenges is high tuition fees and student debt that is negatively impacting the economic status of the country. Unfortunately, students are not trained for the jobs and end up doing some extra courses for developing their job skills.
  • The education system must be changed completely. That is now equal access to education is not there. It depends on financial background, gender, geographical location, gender etc. This condition must be changed. Anyhow at least in small scale effort has been already started. Interactive education or online learning is the best example of that. This gives a personalized tone to the education system and can work as the best thing for minimizing the skill gap.
  • So as we accept that inequality is the major contributor of the skill gap a remedy should be integrated to the existing educational system. It has been found that alternative system is the best idea in this scenario. This wipes away all the limitation of the existing system and thus gives a refreshed platform for every student. Ultimately, it wipes away the geographical as well as resource limits for accessing a patterned education style.

So this is the way we should consciously introduce elaborated educational pattern to our society. It builds an attitude towards breaking the entry to innovative and adventurous educational system. Moreover this could reduce the skill gap commonly faced by the corporate world. So put up efforts to build an educational system that can contribute a better generation.

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The Innovative Educator

If you have ever felt that school was boring or irrelevant, the Innovative Educator, Lisa Nielson, understands how you feel. Motivated by her own disillusionment with the way public schools today approach teaching, Nielson focuses on showing other educators ways that they can use freely available resources and technologies already within students’ grasps to make classes more engaging and relevant. Not only does Nielson deal with broad ideas about technology in the classroom, but also the nitty gritty details of implementation, so that teachers will be able to use her ideas without having to struggle against a budget process or other restrictions.

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Using technology in school classrooms to improve assessment and promote data-based decision making

When the topics of early childhood education and technology come together there are often intense opinions about when and if children should be exposed to technology at young ages, how such interactions impact child level outcomes and behaviors and the intended or unintended impact such use of technology in preschool may have on family, teacher, classroom or system level practices. Current research is developing on both sides of this debate and at present we have few empirical studies to support how to make decisions about child level interactions with technology during the early childhood years.

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