Cilt 3, Sayı 8, Sayfalar 496 - 501 2017-08-31

CONVENTIONAL VERSUS MODERN: ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN IMPROVING TEACHING PEDAGOGIES

Shuchi - [1]

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In this paper an attempt has been made to analyze the role of smart and conventional teaching. It is observed that the impact of Information Technology in education sector, has introduced new approaches to the teaching method. Education plays substantial role in the progress and development of every nation. Use of Information Technology accelerated the growth of this field. Earlier, conventional mode of teaching was popular but certain barriers have been noticed in student-teacher interaction, i.e., complete dependency on instructor, language barrier, lack of tangible study materials, etc. The inception of new technology in the field of education brought freshness in teaching methodologies. As a result teaching in new era has become interesting and teacher student friendly. It can be marked one step ahead from chalk and talk teaching method. Nowadays learning materials like e-books and video lectures are easily available on internet sites in different subjects for keen learners. As more and more new courses in different areas are being introduced, consequently number of students preferring online mode of learning.  Information Technology has made complex subjects interesting and comprehensive. Though it has revolutionized the entire education system, but the role of conventional teaching can’t be ignored. Education is not only about gaining bookish knowledge but preparing a student to become a good citizen in terms of carrying social values, human emotions, behavior, work ethics and other skills as a man of society. It brings students closer to the teacher whose experiences and interaction cultivates those skills along with subject knowledge. So for the best outcome conventional teaching must employ the smart technology based teaching methods. Smart method will help in developing the LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) skills of students which is essential for their professional growth, and conventional teaching will contribute in their personal enrichment. 

Conventional method,Information Technology,Teaching pedagogies,LSRW,Active Learning
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APA -, S . (2017). CONVENTIONAL VERSUS MODERN: ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN IMPROVING TEACHING PEDAGOGIES. International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences, 3 (8), 496-501. DOI: 10.18769/ijasos.336982
MLA -, S . "CONVENTIONAL VERSUS MODERN: ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN IMPROVING TEACHING PEDAGOGIES". International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences 3 (2017): 496-501 <http://ijasos.ocerintjournals.org/issue/31049/336982>
Chicago -, S . "CONVENTIONAL VERSUS MODERN: ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN IMPROVING TEACHING PEDAGOGIES". International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences 3 (2017): 496-501
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