Education institutes are offering technological tools to their students to help them learn better. Students today are also opting for institutes that offer them the IT advantage. Young students are aware of the benefits that technology based learning has to offer and they go by it to decide the kind of institutes they want to study at.
A college student named Shama Nisha Singh shares his views as “Technology plays a big role in increasing our information base on various subjects and that shows in the marks one scores. Through technical tools one can know what a student is learning in a subject in USA or Australia so that we can compare our syllabi and enhance our knowledge base”.
Up-to an extent what Shama said is right, because as internet has made knowledge seamless and accessible and in this age of communication revolution no one can afford to remain ignorant. The transition from rote learning to tech-based education is clearly evident. Swanky laptops, CD's and e-learning are now part of everyday education. A leading academician explains , “Technology has brought about a huge transformation in the education system and rote learning is likely to diminish in the coming years”. A couple of years back, online education was Greek and Latin to most people; today technology has finally arrived with a bang, and everyone has welcomed it.
Majority of people in India comprise what is called the GenNext and it is imperative to provide them the right kind of education. While E-learning ensures that data quality remains the top-most priority, it also facilitates the development of content.
With the introduction of technology, the younger lot will certainly take more interest in the curriculum. It is the best way to unleash their creativity. Thanks to the Internet, everything is available at the click of a finger (or a mouse). And the students are making the best use of this technology. Today, it is required to replace notebooks and textbooks by Laptops and Presentations.
Technological advances have ensured that today no information is unavailable. Even parents can find out whether what is being taught is correct or not. With the technological tools here to stay, it needs to be understood that they are just an assistance and can never substitute the knowledge a teacher can impart.
What do you say? Does Technology really helps to learn? Can it make your learning complete? What according to you is the best method?