Smart education is “a model of learning adapted to new generations of digital natives.” In comparison to traditional classroom teaching models, smart education is an interactive, collaborative and visual model, designed to increase student engagement and enable teachers to adapt to students’ skills, interests and learning preferences.

Smart classroom technology supports the professionalization of the teaching process, supporting teachers to better prepare and enrich their lectures and to react flexibly to the needs of students and conditions in classrooms, leading to increased efficiency and better teaching performance.

Smart cities need education facilities and school systems which ensure students acquire 21st century skills, including “digital literacy, inventive thinking, effective communication, teamwork and the ability to create high-quality projects. In order to reach this lofty goal, educators need to focus technology on the key building blocks of student achievement.