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1. Digital writing pad for examination

With Interactive Pad, you can control your Interactive Board from anywhere within your classroom. Its Wireless, cord-free operation equips the teacher with the freedom to interact with students while writing on the Whiteboard. Digital E-writers with memory are really a boon for the people of this century, especially for people who are passionate about writing-writer pads can essentially save a good amount of paper. Hence it is both environment-friendly and economical as it replaces 10 notebooks.

Now, more and more schools, colleges and universities have shifted to distance mode, and online learning has become a new normal. And this is where newer and effective educational tools are required to make online teaching, learning and meeting more efficient and engaging.

We recognize that applications and hardware to support the equivalent of whiteboard work in an online environment are crucial for distance teaching & courses. so the teachers and students will need to have the right tools on hand, specifically Interactive writing Pad .

eLearning and digitization are trends, every teacher should use all resources and opportunities for further training. In addition to great content, what else can you have to make your online class successful? The answer is online learning technology. By employing the best tech tools for online teaching, you can make sure your classes run smoothly every time

Key Features of Interactive Pad

  • It is compatible with drawing Software like Photoshop, Paint, etc. Making it a perfect fit for designing class
  • This device is excellent for drawing, writing, taking notes, etc., very much useful for office goers, kids, and school students.
  • Connect to laptop & desktop
  • Comes with a Pen
  • No need to charge it
  • Perfect for both right & left-handed people.

2. Data tracking

The ability for learning professionals to track a learner’s journey via stored data helps them better understand how the courses and learners are performing, all in the same place. This allows L&D pros to better track and design their learning programs. Furthermore, having the ability to recognize where learners need to build their skills or where they’re excelling helps speed along the training process. With the ability to categorize training content and tag them by skill, learning professionals can provide a more individualized learning environment

3. Automated alerts and notifications

Even with the use of a feature-rich learning management system, managers and L&D pros cannot properly identify a learner’s needs without the necessary oversight. In order to ensure trainers and managers are aware of how their learners have been engaging and completing course materials, automated alerts and notifications are a necessary LMS feature. By sending auto-alerts to learners about their training deadlines or notifying trainers on a user’s completion rates, an LMS can provide feedback to the right people at the right time.

4. Flexible reporting and analytics

In order to properly gauge effectiveness of your learning programs, an LMS should have flexible reporting and analytics that align with your eLearning objectives. Visual representations of learner data and customizable reports help L&D pros create better training programs by seeking out specific pain points to solve for. Being able to quickly identify patterns allows learning pros to adjust their training programs. This is especially important for industries where remaining compliant is a top priority

5. Gamification Tools

Popular LMS vendors are adding the most innovative educational methods to their systems. Incorporating these features into our LMS will help you achieve more significant learner outcomes, increased knowledge retention, and higher usage rates. One of the most engaging learning methods is gamification.
Our LMS is suitable for gamification as it has automatic tracking, individualized reporting of student progress, and active discussion boards. Gamification is a very powerful tool that should not be underestimated.

6. Course Content Libraries

Online learning is growing and evolving, and using data to understand the most effective ways to teach the material is growing, too. Thus, some learning management systems feature content libraries of tested, powerful teaching content designed by subject matter experts.

Not all subjects or materials are covered in these libraries, but common subjects and compliance training material is often included. Because of these resources, instructors can create powerful eLearning courses without needing to reinvent the wheel.

If you are looking to use an LMS for a new industry or innovative subject, the library might be sparse.

However, if you’re looking to standardize common subjects, like anti-harassment training programs or customer-service for the hospitality industry, this is an LMS feature you’ll need.

7. Easy to implement

Our platform is built to ensure a  smooth implementation. Most clients configure and customize their site within a few hours, not months. Samvaad LMS is very  easily adopted by students, faculty, and parents.

8. Innovative automation

Set up rules that should be performed when students enroll in groups, complete classes and learning paths, or fall behind on their mastery levels. This powerful feature helps educators save time on teaching activities and makes learning more personalized.

9. Blooms taxonomy based personalized assessment

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a Tool that helps to understand the Learning Process and How to empower it effectively.

  • Its name comes from the person who created it: Benjamin Bloom.

This Model suggests that the Learning Process consists of 6 Steps:

1. Remember.
2. Understand.
3. Apply.
4. Analyze.
5. Evaluate.
6. Create

Bloom’s Taxonomy suggests that the optimal Learning Process must go through all these Steps.

Starting with “Remembering” and ending with “Creating”.

6 Steps of Bloom’s Taxonomy

1. Remember: The Beginning of any learning process is not Forgetting the Basics.

If you can’t Remember what is Essential, you won’t Learn anything.

2. Understand: Being able to Process and Internalize that Knowledge.

In this Second Stage, the Information “Makes Sense”.

3. Apply: The possibility to Use that Knowledge in Real Situations.

Once the Information has been Understood, it becomes Useful.

4. Analyze: To Study Problems by using that Knowledge.

The acquired Knowledge offers new Perspectives to Understand things.

5. Evaluate: To Judge a Situation from a thorough study of it.

We can only judge correctly when we know the matter perfectly

6. Create: To Propose new things that Improve what already exists.

If we think we can do things better. One of the roles of Bloom’s Taxonomy in eLearning is to deliver a course learning objective. It can also help to determine learners’ behavior, which can influence the learning objectives. As an educator these concepts can be applied to online training in order to achieve effective training.

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