According to a statistics conducted by Research.com, around 46% of educators around the world perceive Learning Management System as a radical tool to upgrade the K-12 curriculum; also seeing it as a promising idea because of its personalized learning.
Applying this on the collegiate, review center and other professional licensure examinations or programs’ landscape, a LMS can make this happen for your school or university. Could this LMS be that breakthrough that your school is waiting for – saving time, honing your instructional roles and making the best out of your teaching experiences?
In this post collection, are 3 ways on how a LMS might just be the solution to your problems.
To schools or universities who have plans of shifting to these new modes of education, a LMS will help you implement either synchronous and asynchronous classes for hybrid teaching; while having a recorded copy of your presentation suited for blended learning as well. A LMS has a built-in video library feature wherein your presentations are easily accessible for your students.
And this doesn’t have to be leaked on social media for competitors to see, they’re all safe inside a LMS; within reach anytime and anywhere your students may be.
2. LMS helps you prioritize your students’ subject mastery.
If you have students who have either missed your class or have a difficult time understanding the lesson, a LMS might just be their companion. With the recorded copy of your class, they can now watch again the videos at their own pace and time – making the instruction more effective than ever. Plus, they can also pause the videos to take down notes and process the lessons either on their own or with your help.
3. LMS tracks your students’ individual performance conveniently.
If instruction will be the sole role of teachers in the near future, wouldn’t it be easier to raise world-changing leaders now? And a LMS might just help you fulfill that!
Inside our LMS (which we’ll develop and customize for you), we have this “real-time analytics” feature wherein you can easily trace your students’ performance after their exams; seeing as well in which portions of the subject he/she needs help/mastery.
You don’t have to write it manually now, after taking the quiz in a LMS, you’ll automatically receive an analysis of his/her performance. Now, you’ll have an insight of their subject strengths and weaknesses – while planning a way for your lessons to resonate more to your students.
So now, what do you think? Can LMS at least ease some burdens you don’t have to take on your shoulders anymore? If yes, feel free to send us an email at: email@example.com or contact us at 0997-732-3120 and let’s discuss your dream LMS so we can customize and create it for you.
Hope this helps! Thank you for reading!
credit to this resource:
Bouchrika, Phd, I. (2022, December 20). 51 LMS Statistics: 2023 Data, Trends & Predictions. Research.com. https://research.com/education/lms-statistics