3. More Engagement and Interaction
Participation and interaction are important. However, it’s also given that class participation doesn’t come in a gift box. Sometimes, teachers have to earn it.
Other times, the class needs tools to increase class participation — like what WiFi can provide.
How can students not participate if their teacher is asking them to go on a virtual field trip?
Consider the shy-type students. Would they still be afraid of answering the questions if they can do so without letting other people know?
How convenient would it be if schools use real-time online quizzes and tests?
At the same time, WiFi gives way for students, teachers, and staff to have easier collaborations — resulting in more engagement and interaction.
But there should be control in terms of usage and application. Without control, interaction and engagement through WiFi can bring about harmful practices for learners like cheating, copy-pasting answers, and forms of distractions.