The COVID-19 pandemic swiftly illuminates the need for online education as an essential component of teaching and learning. Teachers can use online learning as a potent teaching tool by incorporating it into existing curricula rather than only using it to manage crises.
The Advantages of Technology in Education
Enhanced Cooperation and Communication
Collaboration can be promoted by educational technology. Students can converse with one another throughout lessons, in addition to engaging with teachers. Students’ collaboration will help solve challenges through online classes and educational games. Students can encourage one another while sharing ideas and thoughts in group projects.
Opportunities for Individualized Learning
Technology makes educational resources available around the clock. A laptop or mobile device can be used to attend classes online.
The use of technology from any location and regular in-person classroom sessions are combined in hybrid learning models.
Engaging Content that Spurs Curiosity
Teachers can encourage children’s curiosity, linked to academic success, by providing them with exciting and instructional content. Students’ natural curiosity aids in their grasp of both arithmetic and reading ideas. Podcasts, movies, and augmented reality (AR) can all be used to create exciting content. Students can, for instance, include films or communicate with peers worldwide while completing homework.