“Collaborative learning is a situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together.”
“Knowledge is the theoretical understanding of something, which is acquired through lectures and textbooks.
Knowledge-based learning, therefore, refers to reading, listening, and watching to obtain the information needed before progressing to the next stage of learning.
Skills can be acquired by doing, and the best way to master something is through regular practise or trial and error.”
In The Loop
“These IoT in education examples are connecting students, parents and teachers both in and out of the classroom.”