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Effective use of technology in classrooms: Blended Learning

Effective use of technology in classrooms: Blended Learning

Posted by ARCHANA at May 21. 2018
WITH THE ADVENT OF TECHNOLOGY,CONTINUOUS AND COLLABORATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING PRACTICES ARE NEED OF AN HOUR.BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH CAN ACT AS BOON WHEN IT COMES TO EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT USE OF TECHNOLOGY.

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Posted by Priya Dutt at May 22. 2018
Yes "practice makes a man perfect". So, it is really a acceptable phrase you used.

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Posted by Muskaan Sharma at July 19. 2018
Effective use of technology can be very helpful for students as it improves their engagement, improves knowledge retention. With the proper use of technology, students can learn useful life skills and it can benefit teachers also as they can keep their student more engaged towards the studies.

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Posted by Bhushan Bharat at August 08. 2018

In this new age of technological advancement, it has become a necessity of the hour, Technology has evolved in a great way, therefore it should be used efficiently in the education system in order to enhance the learning skills of the students. Above all, it will mutually benefit everyone in the education system.

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Posted by Richa Singh at August 24. 2018

Its been a great use of technology if it is blended with traditional learning method. Practical learning is more important as compared to theoretical learning. We live in the era where the world is becoming digitized at a very fast pace and all these learning help them in their career to move forward.

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Posted by gurukulam at October 29. 2018

My opinion is Technology in the classroom makes teaching and learning better. Educators are pressured to utilize technology in the classroom because it will not only make their teaching more effective, but it will also have a more valuable impact on student learning.

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Posted by Siddhi at June 24. 2019
DOING IT THE CONCEPT WAY Sample this. The teacher teaches you a concept. It goes above your head. Either you take the help of rote learning or you decide not to look at it again. You lose marks in the exam as there’s a question based on that particular concept. If this sounds like you then I have some good news for you. Concept maps can make difficult concepts easy, clear and fun. If you are a teacher it will help you teach better and if you are a student this will help you self-study, analyse, revise and perform well. Concept map is no rocket science. We have all done tree diagrams at some point perhaps as a part of our last minute revision. There’s a head topic and then we bifurcate it into branches and write important points under it. Like say vitamins branched out into water and fat soluble. Under fat you have A, D, E, K and under water you have B and C. A concept map uses geometrical figures like circle, square, rectangle and arrows. Usually the main topic is in the middle while the pointers are on the side. It is a simple way of sharing and organising knowledge.

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Posted by Infomatica Academy at July 18. 2019
1) If used correctly, mobile devices and the applications they support will help prepare students for their future careers. 2) Integrating technology into the classroom is an effective way to connect with students of all learning styles. 3) It gives students the opportunity to enhance their interaction with their classmates and instructors by encouraging collaboration. 4) Using technology in the classroom gives teachers and other faculty members the opportunity to develop their student's digital citizenship skills. It's one thing to use mobile devices, it's a completely other things to know how to use them correctly and responsibly. 5) Integrating technology in education helps students to stay engaged. Most students today have been using mobile devices like tablets and smartphones to play and learn since they could crawl. So it only seems logical to align today's classrooms with the way that your students want and are used to learning. 6) Combining new tech like VR (virtual reality) with traditional classroom instruction is one example of how the introduction of new technology can enhance the learning experience and create new opportunities. 7) When mobile technology is readily available and performing correctly in the classroom, students are able to access the most up-to-date information quicker and easier than ever before. 8) The traditional passive learning model is broken. With technology in the classroom, the teacher becomes the encourager, adviser, and coach. 9) Technology helps students be more responsible. Owning your own device or borrowing the school's devices gives students the opportunity to improve their decision-making skills as well as taking ownership of a valuable (and oftentimes expensive) device. Again, this needs to be complemented by proper digital citizenship training to see the best results. 10) Technology transforms the learning experience. Students have access to an incredible amount of new opportunities. From learning how to code to learning how to better collaborate across teams and with their instructors--technology empowers students to be more creative and be more connected. New tech has super-charged how we learn today. If your school is still debating how technology can benefit your students, teachers, and administrators, I hate to break it to you, but the future of education is already here and you're missing an unbelievable amount of opportunities.
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