Technology and Literacy Learning Through the Eyes of Students


The current academic year has arrived. We no longer need to integrate technology and education. it is necessary. Reality is a big problem and a threat to long-term educational institutions that have existed for nearly a century. Who would have thought that the letter “E” in the alphabet would forever turn the face of education into E-Ducation?

Technology in the field of education has evolved into applications such as computers, laptops, iPads, tablets, programs and abacus, pencils, controllers, paper and calculators. Only technological advances force teachers to break down barriers to teaching methods, student learning methods, school structures, and home and school life. Based on this, technology has an impact on the future of mankind.

Indigenous Relatives: A competition dedicated to learning technology.

The world’s technology exhibition and development applies to people of all walks of life. Gone are the days of “opening a textbook, reading the next pages and answering questions”.

While educational institutions are resisting and trying to adapt, it is important to keep in mind the educational needs of current digital relatives. Digital Native – Emergence and Development of Digital Technology.

This generation is not accustomed to technological advancement and the tools they seek. Thus, strict measures must be taken to meet the reading expectations of students. The key is to adapt to an unknown, modern, changing and dynamic world.

Basic Technologies and Learning Portals

Technological advancement allows education to be universal, customizable, personalized and highly adaptable. In fact, technical education promotes independent learning.

Students will now be able to personalize and redirect educational portals using basic technologies such as the Internet, open source, virtual learning environment and cellular learning tools. Open source includes MOOCs and Web 2.0.

Massive open online courses will give students the self-control and flexibility to do what they want to learn independently. Web 2.0 is a way to design and use new web pages. Students have many options for using open sources through various mobile learning tools.

Virtual learning environments will enhance the learning experience in an engaging and interactive way. Students have a wide selection of teaching aids to complete assignments and return. So learning will be interactive and fun.

Study individually and bring your own device (BYOD)

The role of the teacher in observation and response will be unparalleled. Technology, of course, allows the teacher to obtain many independent learning assignments, projects, presentations, and so on. It will help to read the analysis. Learning Analysis – Information created for continuous testing of students’ knowledge and accuracy.

Many relatives choose their devices for cloud computing and learning in a world where the Internet is available. They live in an online world of digital literacy. Their realities include learning through training games and virtual learning platforms. They live in a physical and virtual world.

Learning technology from a student perspective

So, what do kids think about technology and learning? How often do we overlook this golden stream to the well? Do we really care about how and what they want to learn? Their words are really important, how do we educated people make decisions? Personally, I think they appreciate the decision-making table.

My mother-in-law was an eighth grade high school social studies teacher. In an interview with her, she reminded me of different ways to integrate technology into learning. I especially like importing, which explains to students how easy it is to use technology like breathing.

He explained to me that students are waiting for it now but they are asking for it. “I wanted it and it was a pleasure to read,” he added. As a teacher, I think learning should be continuous, fun, engaging, engaging and continuous.

Technology students at home

Humanity must learn something new every day. He had to look out the window at the horizon every day. From a child’s perspective, learning with one eye seems logical.

I often wonder how my 7 year old grandson sees the world and learns it with his own eyes.