Are Classrooms Becoming Too Dependent On Technology?

Many educators have asked the question, “Are today’s classrooms too dependent on technology?”

The underlying assumptions involve several complex political and economic challenges. Some of these inquiries include where the money comes from for classroom technology, to using different equipment–and if we even need more technology in schools.

One of the most common criticisms of modern education revolves around the idea that there is already too much nonhuman influence in classrooms, particularly in grade-schools.

Too much technology in schools can cause problems with vision, attention spans, lack of human interaction, equipment cost, and more.

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It will take a comprehensive, well-planned approach to handle these unique challenges of the modern scientific age.

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