International Journal For Multidisciplinary Research

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Exploring the Impact of Remote Learning and Education Technology on Teaching and Learning Practices

Country India
Abstract The advent of remote learning and the integration of education technology have transformed traditional teaching and learning practices across the globe. This abstract provides an overview of the multifaceted impact of these two intertwined phenomena on educational processes, highlighting both their advantages and challenges.
Remote learning, spurred by various factors such as the COVID-19 pandemic and technological advancements, has fundamentally altered the landscape of education. It has led to the widespread adoption of digital tools, online platforms, and virtual classrooms. This transition has empowered educators to reach a broader and more diverse audience, transcending geographical boundaries. Students, in turn, have gained greater flexibility in terms of when and where they learn. However, this shift has also exposed disparities in access to technology and internet connectivity, creating a digital divide that disproportionately affects marginalized communities.
Education technology, including learning management systems, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and adaptive learning tools, has provided educators with innovative ways to engage students and personalize instruction. These technologies enable data-driven decision-making, allowing educators to identify and address individual learning needs. Additionally, gamification and interactive multimedia have made learning more engaging and enjoyable, fostering intrinsic motivation among students.
Nonetheless, the integration of education technology poses several challenges. Teachers must adapt to new teaching methodologies and acquire digital literacy skills, which can be daunting for some. The overreliance on technology can also lead to issues such as screen time fatigue and a reduction in face-to-face social interaction, impacting students' mental health and well-being. Moreover, concerns about data privacy and security in online learning environments remain significant.
Keywords Parental Involvement, Remote Teaching Strategies, Gamification in Education, Learning Outcomes
Published In Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023
Published On 2023-11-12
Cite This Exploring the Impact of Remote Learning and Education Technology on Teaching and Learning Practices - DR. NANDNI JOSHI - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8489
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