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Ask AI: MENTION FIVE DISADVANTAGES OF USING TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING

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Question: MENTION FIVE DISADVANTAGES OF USING TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING

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1. Limited Social Interaction: Using technology in education can significantly reduce face-to-face social interaction. It can lead to social isolation, because students may spend most of their time interacting with devices rather than with their peers and teachers. 2. Dependency: Over-reliance on technology can lead to dependency. Students might feel helpless without technology, believing they cannot learn effectively without it. This might hamper their learning when technology isn't available. 3. Distractions: With access to games, social media, and other forms of entertainment, technology can easily distract students and hinder productivity and focus. 4. Cost of Implementation: Technology can be expensive. Not every institution or student can afford to have access to the latest devices, software, and high-speed internet. This can create a digital divide between those who have access to these resources and those who do not. 5. Technical Issues: Technical problems can arise at any time, leading to interruptions in learning. These could be hardware or software malfunctions, connectivity issues, or power outages. These issues may cause a disruption in the learning process and may lead to a slower progression or understanding of the topic being taught.

Answered by gpt-4

April 17, 2024, 10:29 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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