Nowadays the use of technology has achieved a great influence in our day-to-day learning and how we communicate with others. No matter their school level, our students always find creative ways to express their thoughts.
According To Haelermans, (2017) It is of great importance to ensure that students perform at the highest possible level, using their innate abilities. However, the question is how we can ensure that, and what role information and communications technology (ICT) can play in this. This includes devices such as computers, tablets, smartphones and interactive whiteboards, but also software such as educational games and digital learning tools and all educational applications that can be found on the Internet. Schools start using technology in education for a variety of reasons.
The potential to individualize children’s learning and maximize each child’s potential, giving individual feedback to children, gaining insights into children’s progress to develop a work plan for the class and allocating resources to children with extra needs are some of the most common purposes of introducing digital tools in education.
Haelermans, C. (2017) Digital Tools in Education On Usage, Effects, and the Role of the Teacher. Stockholm. Rescued from: https://www.scienceguide.nl/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/digital-tools-in-education.pdf
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