“Teaching children is an accomplishment; getting children excited about learning is an achievement”
-Robert John Meehan
Teaching methodologies significantly make a difference in the learning of students. A survey was conducted and it was found that over sixty percent children learn the same syllabus in a short time when state-of-the-art and interesting teaching methodologies were being incorporated by teachers. Both teaching and learning are crucial for an inspirational atmosphere inside the classroom. The students should be comfortable enough to approach a teacher in case of doubts, and the teacher should be able to engage students with their teaching methodologies and help them whenever they require any support. The expedition of education demands constant innovation for providing a healthy learning experience to students.
This is where an ERP system comes into the picture as it helps to provide a new way of how students learn and teachers teach. An ERP software saves enormous time of teachers by automating different work responsibilities, including attendance management, assigning work and report card management. Teachers can provide projects, assignments and other knowledgeable content related to the curriculum online so that children have a thorough understanding of the subject. For example, while learning about the topic “Water Dam” from the curriculum book, students would have limited knowledge. However, with an ERP software, a teacher can share additional content for the full-fledge learning of students. They would not just know about water dam and its basic information, but would also learn about hydro-electric power production with that topic. Indeed, ERP offers improved quality of learning among children by providing thorough knowledge, building their curiosity and the need to learn more.
So, it can be concluded that an Enterprise Relationship Management System offers outstanding teaching-learning experience by helping students to discover things outside their books and syllabus for an exceptional learning. For teachers, it helps not to simply ‘cover’ the content, but inspires the need to learn among the students.