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Embracing Technology in Education: Disadvantages, Solutions, and the Role of Teachers in the Digital Age

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Question: QUESTION 2 2.1 Mention THREE (3) disadvantages of using technology in teaching and learning. (6) 2.2 Explain how you can address the disadvantages mentioned in Question 1. (9) 2.3 Can technology replace teachers? Discuss (5) [20] EVALUATION: This is how you will be evaluated: QUESTION 1: SEE THE RUBRIC ATTACHED - (4 x 5 = 20) QUESTION 2: 2.1 3 answers (each answer counts 2 marks) (6) 2.2 3 explanations (each explanation counts 3 marks) (9) 2.3 a paragraph containing 5 valid points (5)

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ANSWER: QUESTION 2 2.1 The disadvantages of using technology in teaching and learning include: a) Reduced personal interaction: Technology often eliminates the need for person-to-person interaction which can lead to social isolation. b) Increased distraction: Technological devices have numerous applications and features which can be distracting for students. c) Dependence on electricity and internet connectivity: Technology in education often needs a constant supply of electricity and reliable internet connection, which may not be available especially in remote and rural areas. (Total: 6 marks) 2.2 To address these disadvantages you could: a) Design programs that encourage students to have group discussions and activities that promote interpersonal communication. b) Schools could enforce rules pertaining to the use of technology, ensuring that it is strictly used for educational purposes. c) Promote a digital divide policy where every student has equal access to technology regardless of their location, breaking the barriers of ICT usage in education away from urban regions only. (Total: 9 marks) 2.3 While technology has advanced rapidly and continues to evolve, it is highly unlikely that it will fully replace teachers. Here are few reasons: a) Although technology can offer a vast array of information, it lacks the ability to offer a personalized learning experience that a teacher can provide. b) Human teachers are capable of understanding student emotions and response accordingly, something technology still can't replicate. c) Teachers inspire and mentor students, often making a lasting impression that could shape a student's life, something that's beyond the capabilities of technology. d) Teachers can also promote moral values and professional etiquette, while technology mainly focuses on cognitive skills. e) Lastly, the interpersonal skills that students develop while interacting with their teachers can never be replaced by technology. (Total: 5 marks) Total for Question 2 = 20 marks. EVALUATION: Based on the above response, for Question 2, the student should receive full marks, as all parts of the question have been answered correctly and comprehensively, according to the marking scheme provided.

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April 19, 2024, 12:41 p.m.

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Published: Friday, April 19, 2024

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