An LMS (learning management system) provides all the essential tools schools need to support efficient teaching and learning.
Here are the main LMS benefits for schools and universities:
A learning management system (LMS) is an "online education hub" that provides a large and indispensable set of features to support educational activities such as classroom learning, distance education and continuing education.
Creating and delivering education content
Communication between students, faculty and parents
Tracking student achievement
Assessing students knowledge
In this tech-driven world, traditional teaching and learning can be easily interrupted or sometimes inefficient, which is why students need more interactive and captivating educational methods. Teachers also need an easy way to create content for their classes and organize their materials, data, and learner audiences.
Schools and universities that do online teaching and learning require tools to help them easily create and deliver their content to students. A learning platform is a great solution for this, but when you’re not familiar with the e-learning field, choosing an LMS can seem a bit intimidating.
A school LMS is geared towards K-12, Higher Ed institutions, and other educational organizations. Typical users include teachers, students, administrators, other faculty members, and even parents.
"Almost 25% of all college students will be online learners by 2020"Online College Students 2017, Learning House
An LMS is an amazing platform that can do wonders to enhance the learning experience for students and improve teaching activities.
"47% of teachers say that LMS usage increases student motivation" Education Community Attitudes Toward SIS/LMS Solutions, Gartner Consulting
"59% of college instructors who prefer online teaching agree that online studying helps students learn more effectively" ECAR Study of Faculty and Information Technology, Educause
"Both students and instructors agree that the LMS has a positive effect on instructors' use of in-class time" ECAR Study of Faculty and Information Technology, Educause
"75% of students agree that technology helps them get quick course feedback" Ecar Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, Educause
"90.7 percent of high schools students use their mobile phones for school-related work." Hold the phone! High School Students’ Perceptions of Mobile Phone Integration in the Classroom, ISTE
"Full-time virtual schools cost, on average, $6,400 per student, compared with $8,900 for blended schools and $10,000 for traditional brick-and-mortar public schools." Creating Sound Policy for Digital Learning, Thomas B. Fordham Institute