The global trend for networked learning and ongoing sharing of knowledge is creating dynamic upswings in education, innovation and the economy. This is leading, amongst other things, to international standards for technology and content in vocational and advanced training. We are not only actively driving these developments forwards, but also offer the solutions needed to tap into the potential of these trends.
Learning management systems (LMS) are used to manage and organise the learning process. All the necessary features are integrated into one platform. This allows you to focus on what’s essential in the learning process: creating and assigning motivating digital training units quickly and easily while tracking the students’ progress in real time. The students are individually supported, challenged and encouraged. This is how to ensure long-term, successful learning.
Our learning management systems meet the requirements for digital learning. They provide a seamless link between the digital management of learning materials and real classroom interaction. You organise, plan learning activities, communicate, expand your learning materials and monitor individual learning progress as your students work through the learning modules.
Use our eLearning courses to suit your training infrastructure.
Connected Learning – the learning concept
We developed the Connects – plug-in modules with a patented interface – to allow students to explore the connection between the real and virtual worlds. The Connects enable the direct interaction between the software and the hardware and thus between theoretical knowledge and practical application. The signal flow is always clearly visible and traceable.
The Base is made of a sturdy plastic housing with integrated brackets and is used for holding the Apple iPad® and the Connects, our plug-in interface modules.
A tablet PC with a touch-sensitive screen and multitouch gesture control. You can get started straightaway thanks to a pre-installed account and apps:
As the base unit, the Tec2Screen® Base connects the iPad® with the patented Connects. The iPad® can be used as a tablet, independently of the Tec2Screen®, in the classroom and elsewhere.
The Classroom Manager learning management system manages all the digital learning media such as Tec2Screen® courses, simulations, multimedia training programs or user-created documents in a central library. You can also create your own tests or questionnaires. These learning media can be used to create your own learning units and assign them to individual students based on their abilities.
Manage and assign the learning content and then evaluate and document each individual’s learning progress.
If you're already using a learning management system (LMS), we offer our Tec2Screen® Manager with limited functionality as a free alternative.
Videos, animations, measurement exercises and test assignments inspire students to explore and discover – this makes learning exciting!
The virtual measuring instruments integrated into the courses encourage students to troubleshoot interactively. Completing the courses offline, outside of the lab, is also an option – technology can be learned anywhere and at any time!
With a modern training system, complex topics can be presented using simple and easy-to-understand simulations.
The structure and presentation of Tec2Screen® lends itself perfectly to realistically test and simulate different techniques, programming languages and application areas of PLC programming. The process is literally in the student’s hands and they can follow the signal flow through the circuits and lines on the iPad®.
Students use the QR code scanner in practical training sessions to explore training packages, MPS® modules, stations or individual components.
Tec2Screen® provides the exercises and tools for recording and displaying measured values. Virtual measuring instruments, such as the multimeter and oscilloscope, capture both analogue and digital signals. This enables students to take various measurements, such as voltage, current or resistance, during electrical engineering tasks.