Technology The history of technology in education By BabulerMan / March 28, 2013 A quick look at how advancements in technology have impacted teaching and learning over time. You may also like Combating Corporate Espionage, a Cyber Counterespionage Event Comes to Virginia By viagra / June 17, 2013 Technology Adoption By dabliaila / June 17, 2013 LinkTech Inc. Launches Ideal Replacement for a Luer Fitting By PiatkowskiKrauser347 / June 15, 2013 Productivity Future Vision (2011) By / June 14, 2013 Top Up Promotion for Telenor Pakistan on TelephonePakistan.com By brandabut / June 14, 2013 Post navigation Serapid Launches New Website tor the United StatesSocial Media Agency, fishbat, Inc., Reacts To Viral Marriage Equality Campaign on Social Media 14 thoughts on “The history of technology in education” “New technologies can add efficiencies, but they can’t replace old methods of teaching” (Karen HOLLOWELL) Log in to Reply 1450s, what song is that? Log in to Reply Can I use this in my video essay? THANKYOU:)) Log in to Reply Sometimes I feel like the internet made me very lazy. Before I even had a computer some 7 years ago I worked very hard at maths, I did everything by hand, today kids use calculators to do the same problems I did in my brain and its obvious they don’t comprehend some of the math involved :/ Log in to Reply What about the Arabs? They had their contribution in science, math and medicine. Log in to Reply That’s great Log in to Reply can I use this video ? Log in to Reply in the sense that we are not evolving in terms of our ways of learning. Log in to Reply We were taught these principles at an early age, so it is our responsibility to remember them and practice them in the future. At this time and age of our society we cannot afford to do long division or multiplication simply because we can. Our society has grown to the point where how we learn new material is completely different from previous methods. We’re evolving, and so we have to adapt to our evolutionary paths, we can’t stick to one form of learning because that would be counterproductive Log in to Reply nigga please.we are all humans,if you believe in heaven or hell its not like your going to hell for not knowing this math bullshit. Log in to Reply now we can run institutes with very less number of teachers – who can teach discipline and ways to use new techs. Log in to Reply These very technologies may, in fact, be harmful to the learning process. Take for example the calculator, in the past, students had to complete difficult mathematical calculations by hand, and in that process would learn a great deal about the workings of numbers. Nowadays, however, students merely need to push a few buttons to find the same results without ever achieving an understanding of the underlying mathematical principles at work. Log in to Reply I think everything should be uniform! Log in to Reply Great video, I too am very interested in the impact of technology on education. Check out my blog at Binary Chalk Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.