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Technology in Education

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Teachers often feel the frustration of finding that technology has moved at a faster pace than they have. How far is this true of the need to update teachers' knowledge? In the last years there have been several developments in technology applied to education. The inclusion of various devices in the classroom has pushed teachers to update their knowledge on them and to employ them appropriately during lessons. However, many educators often feel frustrated because they realise that these developments move at a faster pace than they do. Some think it is better and safer to stick to the traditional classroom techniques that have already proven to be successful. ...read more.


For instance, several universities have applied this new teaching trend in their courses of studies. They offer a combination of face-to-face learning and e-learning - the former being the traditional on-campus education, which also includes the use of computers in class, and the latter, the online learning. It is proved that students attending these types of courses receive more stimuli from different kinds of sources, developing their whole potential. Educators teaching under this new modality should be competent in the use of PCs in order to assist their students with computer skills and applications. Indeed, it is necessary for teachers to have a general updated knowledge of these devices. ...read more.


As a consequence, some students may be relegated to attending conventional courses which include hardly any interactive tools for them to take advantage from while learning. To conclude, it is true that changes in technologies are taking place at a very fast pace nowadays, but it is important to be able to have all the necessary skills to use most of the technological tools in the market. What is more, they can be of great use if included in the classroom. For example, the implementation of blending learning courses in educational centers around the globe is a sign of the power technology has in people's lives. Therefore, educators should be sensible enough to make them part of their lessons. Although the price can be high, it is certainly worth it. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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