Kids today as many say are losing touch of learning the right way, some blame it on the advancement of technology, while others say teachers are not teachers anymore. Considering the fact that we live in the modern-day 21st century, and everything surrounding our lives revolves around technology, do you think introducing technology to primary schools and above would be the right way to teach the next generation? This is a question which has been
debated on a number of times; we have no cognitive answers as of now, for everyone has an opinion which shows the pros and cons of technology replacing teachers.
There are many factors one needs to consider when thinking of replacing teachers with technology, and some of them are;
1. Do you think our kids aged between three and six are ready to use technology? When we use the term “technology” here, what we mean by it is the use of basic devices, such as computers, camera, or even video cameras, all suited for the classroom environment.
If so, HOW!!
2. Do you think that there are forms of technology different and better from one another for various age groups of students?
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