September 1, 2023

Q-NEX Enhances Collaborative Learning Through Maximized Teacher-student Interaction

InfoComm Asia 2023 - t8

Q-NEX Enhances Collaborative Learning Through Maximized Teacher-student Interaction

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With the advancement of the modern educations, more and more education institutions are becoming increasingly focused on education fairness and equality among students with different background. Collaborative learning take into consideration of students with mixed ability. Collaborative learning aims at fostering greater interaction, engagement, and collaboration among teachers and students.

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1.The Evolution of Collaborative Learning

Traditionally, in collaborative learning, students are divided into several learning groups, and are encouraged to communicate with their peers for questions from teachers. While teachers can interact with students more effectively based on their differences. Collaborative learning came out in response to the need for education that encourages interaction, engagement and collaboration.

In its essence, collaborative learning pretty much acknowledges the fact that students possess diverse backgrounds, skill sets, and learning abilities. The approach seeks to create an environment where educators can better interact with students and provide targeted instruction based on individual differences. By organizing students into smaller learning groups, collaborative learning provides opportunities for peer interaction and collective learning experiences.

2. Challenges of Conventional Collaborative Learning

Despite its potential, the current implementation of collaborative learning faces significant challenges in realizing its intended outcomes. Educators often encounter inconveniences and inefficiencies when attempting to engage with students and facilitate effective teaching. The process of assessing student outcomes is laborious, requiring teachers to physically move between learning groups to collect answers and provide feedback. This not only consumes valuable time but also hampers the overall teaching experience.

Students, too, experience challenges when attempting to engage in collaborative activities within learning groups. Physical limitations in sharing ideas, presenting content, and conducting discussions hinder the fluidity of collaboration. For instance, when a student wants to share content from their computer, their peers must gather around the screen, hampering effective knowledge exchange. Additionally, educators face difficulties in effectively engaging multiple learning groups simultaneously due to technological limitations.

3. Introducing Q-NEX Collaborative Learning Solution

In response to these challenges, the innovative Q-NEX smart collaborative learning solution emerges as a transformative approach. Q-NEX is designed to revolutionize the dynamics of collaborative learning, enhancing the experience for both educators and students alike. This advanced solution addresses the limitations of traditional collaborative learning and leverages technology to create a more seamless and engaging educational environment. 

4. Key Features of Q-NEX Collaborative Learning Solution

Q-NEX collaborative learning is designed to maximize the teaching quality and students’ learning results. It offers multiple features that not only greatly enhances teacher-student interaction, but also create huge convenience for the students at the different group to share ideas efficiently via their TVs in each group, thus speeding up their collaboration.

4.1 Efficient Two-Way Screen Sharing

NEX employs state-of-the-art screen-sharing control software that empowers educators to effortlessly share their questions wirelessly from their computers to students’ TVs. This technology can be targeted to specific learning groups or broadcast to all groups simultaneously through a share box. After students complete their discussions, teachers can wirelessly capture their screens via the share-box, eliminating the need for physical travel between groups. Moreover, teachers can annotate content on the interactive pen display (IQPodium PD150), synchronizing annotations across all student TVs for enhanced interaction.

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4.2 Enhanced Interaction and Collaboration

By implementing a share box between students’ TVs and computers equipped with screen-sharing software, Q-NEX redefines the dynamics of student interaction and collaboration. This innovative technology empowers each student to seamlessly share their ideas from their personal devices directly onto the public TV screen. This eliminates the constraints of physical movement and fosters a more fluid and engaging collaborative experience, maximizing the potential for peer interaction within the group.

4.3 Flexible Display of Screen Content

One of the key features of Q-NEX collaborative learning solution is its ability to capture and display answers from various learning groups on a larger screen. This functionality enables all students to have a clear view of answers while simultaneously listening to the teacher’s commentary. Educators can pose questions, stimulate discussions, and even share their own screens, creating a more immersive learning environment. The capability to compare answers from different groups on a unified screen enhances the learning experience and encourages participation.

4.4 Seamless Integration with Lecture Capture System

Q-NEX seamlessly integrates with the IQVideo lecture capture system through the Networked Media Processor (NMP). This integration allows educators to conduct hybrid collaborative learning classes via the Q-NEX platform, extending the reach of education beyond the traditional classroom setting. Additionally, live streaming to platforms like Facebook or YouTube opens up new avenues for remote learning. The NMP integration empowers educators to exercise direct control over two-way screen sharing via the NMP touch panel, streamlining the process for a more efficient and impactful learning experience. This really helps maximize teaching equality among the students while at the same time creating accessibility of the teaching resources to a greater number of online learners.

In summary, collaborative learning fosters better teacher-student interaction and collaboration among students. It allows teachers to better interact with students based on the difference in their ability. Q-NEX collaborative learning solution has made it possible for teachers to maximize the teaching quality of collaborative learning and efficient collaboration among students. It lets teachers seamlessly and efficiently cast AV contents to the TVs of each learning group, while at the same time displaying targeted AV contents from each group via sharing software for comparison and timely annotation. While in Q-NEX Solution, students find it more convenient and efficient to exchange their ideas freely via smartphones or share a box-connected computer to the TV without having to stand around a person or TV. Q-NEX collaborative solutions really foster an efficient highly interactive and collaborative learning environment.

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