Guest Post: A Technophobe’s Guide to Modern Teaching

There’s lots of talk about how technology can lead students to be reliant on technology, impeding their love for knowledge. They also argue that using technology inside the classroom could prompt students to become indolent, which will have a negative effect on them in the long run.

That being said, there are even researchers who claim that the traditional model of teaching – teachers conducting lectures in the classroom while students jot down notes, remains to be the best mode of teaching.

On the other hand, there’s also been a lot of talk about how technology can augment a student’s learning experience by giving them a hands-on and multi-sensory learning time. This argument makes sense due to the fact that kids will have an easier time catching up on with the lessons using tools that they already use for their day-to-day conversations. There are even a bunch of schools that have already employed their method in their teaching tactics. Now, you’ll see many private schools that encourage the use of iPads in the classroom.

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