Sunday, October 17

Role Of Technology In Teaching

Technology is a network which is created by connection  of skills, material or equipment and more efforts.


The use of technology is changes with time. Pre-historic man used their own technology to produce fire and then gradually human development was start with technology. In 1937, the American sociologist  Read Bain wrote that “technology includes all tools, machines, utensils, weapons, instruments, housing, clothing, communicating and transporting devices and the skills by which we produce and use them.”

Recently a small virus( which we cannot even see with our naked eyes) coronavirus, had stopped the world in just one day. There was no any work, no schools, no income, no transport. But it was technology which is still persist. Now everything is available on online through technology.

technology in teaching

The most important thing is that teaching is possible in home, through technology. This technology provides teachers and students to communicate with themselves very easily. It provides different tools to make a classroom. In schools teachers are available only during school period but now through technology students can ask their questions anytime (24*7) and get their solutions. It makes project easier for students because they can research through different websites and increase their thinking power. It helps teachers to gain and improve their knowledge. They can also research through social media sites. Teachers also contact with parents of student and give them instructions for their child. They also concentrate with those students who needs special attention. These all are easier because of technology. George Coures says “ Technology will  not replace great teachers but technology in the hands of great teachers can be transformable.”

Development of technology is increasing day by day. Scientists works daily to improve this technology. One day the day will come when there is nothing is impossible with technology.


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