Technology in education

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Children have been exposed to information technology from a very young age. Some teachers are using computer based teaching applications every lesson in order to improve learning process. There are so many different technology such as blended learning, smartboard, which can be used to facilitate learning/teaching process. One of the most popular is blended learning, which may include several forms of learning tools, such as real-time virtual/ collaboration software, self-paced Web-based courses, electronic performance support systems (EPSS) embedded within the job-task environment, and knowledge management systems (Singh, 2003). So, the use of technological tools creates an opportunity for learners study anytime and anywhere. It involves training, delivery of knowledge and feedback. Blended learning is adaptable to your style, methods, and circumstances. Each teacher can personalize their version of blended learning for their students (Bergmann, Sams 2014) For example, flipped classroom is a model of learning where short video lectures are viewed by students at home before the classroom session. During a class session, time is devoted to exercises or one-to-one learning.

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