Tech in Teaching | Use of Technology in Teaching



Tech in Teaching

       By Subrahmanyam V. V.  Tech, Education

The future of learning is here. Technology is transforming the learning experience in educational institutions. Students are being given access to a wide range of opportunities the traditional way of teaching and learning, which is largely passive, is being replaced by a more interactive and active process with the help of technology. Emerging technologies like cloud computing, augmented reality and 3D printing have been opening up the education sector to new worlds and ways.

Augmented Reality (AR) could help students take virtual field trips to create immersive educational experiences for the students. With 3D printing complex models can be reconstructed to teach concepts based in theory.Cloud computing enables students to use digital libraries and allows students to access their homework and other assignments in the Cloud. But these aren’t the only forms of technology that are in use in classrooms.


Flashnotes is a form of technology that enables students to create a common pool of notes and even provides monetary incentives to those who choose to contribute to it. Lore is another form of social networking platform where students can communicate and discuss class work and lectures. Chromebooks are also turning increasingly popular in classrooms. The LiveBinder is another application that is being implemented in some schools that helps them organize their notes and study resources online.

Real time Learning Feedback is also becoming increasingly popular, with classrooms and schools adapting this method and doing away with the risks of evaluation solely through end term and mid term examinations. These real time feedback resources may help students get more frequent results to show their progress, making it easier for the teachers to help students struggling with understanding the more difficult subjects.



With a fast-changing world, it becomes necessary to adapt every sector to change with it. however, it becomes especially important for the education sector, given that it forms the basis for the progress of all other sectors.