What Are the Top 4 Benefits of Learning Platforms for Kids?

Learning platforms have made education fun, educational, and incredibly immersive, which is all kids need to become more invested in the curriculum. With the help of the right learning platform, it’s easy to access all the advanced features of this modern education.

The thing is that most educational institutions already rely on some form of platformed learning. Every school/college has a site, and most courses have a blog or a platform through which they communicate. Here, they share educational materials, upload test results, and more.

With all of this in mind, and for those still skeptical about the top benefits of learning platforms for kids, here are the top four benefits worth considering.

  1. Interactive learning

When there’s no two-way communication, it’s easy for the other party to tune out. This is one of the biggest problems with traditional learning, but it was designed this way for a reason. In a traditional classroom, interactive learning was incredibly difficult because there was one teacher and many students (sometimes up to 30). In this environment, if everyone took turns interacting with the content, there wouldn’t be enough time for anything else.

According to specialists behind Livestream Learning Studio, modern technology can finally overcome this problem for good. These platforms offer a one-on-one approach for each student, and they can interact with the learning material without changing it for others or affecting their performance.

Interactive learning is more immersive and helps students get invested. This is especially important for kids who have an infinite power of immersion into something they find interesting and a non-existent attention span for something that bores them easily.

A platform gamifies the experience, thus incentivizing the student to try harder. This way, they’ll work hard to earn extra points and badges or get a result they can share and brag with. More importantly, most kids (already online) are already used to this interactivity.

  1. Customized learning

To use these platforms, you must first make a user profile. First, parents will likely manage the profile since some platforms are for young users. This will also give parents more involvement in their children’s education.

Second, these platforms collect data from various sources. You can rely on user input, interactions with the content on the platform, assessments, feedback, and different kinds of data you’ll be exposed to.

Remember that data, on its own, is not especially meaningful. It’s what the platform can do with this data that matters. Through the technology of machine learning and AI-powered algorithms, the platform can identify important patterns and single out KPIs that make the most difference. They can set your child on an adaptive learning program from this point.

With this platform’s help, this content’s delivery is seamless. You have no idea what’s going on behind the curtains, and the delivery will always seem like it was deliberately made this way. The real-time assessment and feedback affect the curriculum in real-time, which is why each program is supposed to be perfectly adjusted to the learner.

Everyone’s learning curve and improvement path are different. There’s no talk about real self-improvement without approaching education from this side. Learning platforms can finally solve this issue.

  1. Flexibility

A class takes place in real-time in a specific location. Learning through a platform is available on demand. Theoretically, you can start a lesson at 3 am (although letting your kids stay up that late) is not a good idea. While vacationing, they can study from their living room, balcony, or hotel room.

Since both kids and parents have hectic schedules at the present date, this 24/7 availability makes it easier for you to make plans, schedules, and necessary adjustments.

Customized learning plans are, on their own, a form of flexibility. Kids will get a learning program based on the scaffold approach. When their knowledge level is determined, you build the next level (like with a scaffold).

Now, when it comes to learning, different students prefer different styles. Most kids are visually-oriented learners, so live streams, videos, animations, graphics, etc., are so effective. Still, a good learning platform will cover every learning strategy and approach this issue from all sides.  

The feedback ensures that you can make adjustments in real-time. Quizzes and assessments give immediate results, which minimizes the likelihood of repeating the same mistake due to the lack of timely correction. This is an important (and often overlooked) aspect of learning.

  1. Safety

The first thing worth mentioning is that, in the digital era, your kids must have access to safe learning platforms. The truth is that these educational platforms sometimes have a better protection system than traditional learning institutions and that they’re more compliant with various laws, rules, and regulations. With decent privacy protocols, this isn’t that difficult. Lately, the whole of Google is moving to a more secure model.

Then, it’s important to understand that there are no physical threats since the platform is online. Sure, you can’t just shelter your kids from physical bullying and minimize the chance of a commuting accident by not letting them leave home; however, the fact that you have one worry less this way is not a small thing.

Parents are account managers (as we’ve already mentioned), meaning you have access to all the learning material your kids are exposed to. The integrity of the curriculum is one of the main reasons some parents choose homeschooling. With this type of platform, a parent has a far greater insight into the education that their child is receiving.

These learning spaces are safe, which encourages experimentation and learning through play. This makes it safe for kids to explore independently, a method known to deliver the best academic results.

Wrap up

Ultimately, there are many benefits of using a learning platform in some capacity, regardless of whether you’re an educational institution or an invested parent. While technology gets a bad reputation today, the real problem is that it’s just not used right. When you understand this platform’s advantages, you’ll have a chance to get the most out of it.

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